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Aerospace Medicine Quiz
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Aerospace Medicine Quiz

  1. Which one of the following is true for Armstrong’s line

    1. Practical limit for breathing 100% oxygen

    2. Astronaut wing awarded by NASA

    3. Body fluids vaporize

    4. Blackness of space

  2. The pioneering human steps into space, beginning with Yuri Gagarin’s flight on---------

    1. 12 April 1961

    2. 23 June 1960

    3. 12 Jan 1961

    4. 30 May 1959

  3. Within 3 to 5 days in space the total plasma volume decreases by about----

    1. 65%

    2. 45%

    3. 35%

    4. 22%

  4. In general the operating pressure inside a space suit (NASA) is

    1. 12 to 14 psi

    2. 3.5 to 4.5 psi

    3. 1 to 2 psi

    4. 2.5 to 3.5 psi

  5. Neutral Buoyancy facility is used to simulate

    1. Microgravity

    2. Head-ward Fluid shift

    3. CVS deconditioning

    4. Extravehicular activity

  6. Which one of the following aircraft is used to simulate microgravity

    1. C-130

    2. KC-135

    3. Boeing

    4. IL 38

  7. The frequency of Sunrise witnessed by the astronaut during the orbital flight

    1. Every 45 min

    2. Every 90 min

    3. Every 135 min

    4. Every 180 min

  8. The incidence of SMS reported by the crew in spacecraft of smaller size like Mercury and Gemini was ------------than crew reported when travelled in spacecraft of larger size like Apollo and Skylab

    1. More

    2. Less

    3. Same

    4. Much higher

  9. The space flight is considered as long duration space flight, when the duration of flight increases more than

    1. 7 days

    2. 14 days

    3. 30 days

    4. 45 days

  10. Using the rocket technology, travelling between Earth and Mars will require a total mission duration of

    1. 365 days

    2. 512 days

    3. 972 days

    4. 490 days

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