Israel goes on the space market with a product that might open up new perspectives in the development of humanity’s remote corners of the universe.
Space Agency of the Ministry of science of Israel entered into a contract on January31 with the German testing centre for space studies developed by Israeli scientists antiradiacionnogo space suit. This was reported today by The Marker.
German-made doll, equipped with sensors and dressed in Israeli antiradiacionnye “plate“ will be launched to the Moon in 2018 in the framework of the project Exploration Mission 1 on an American rocket “Orion”.
This launch is considered critical to send 2–th mission with astronauts aboard in preparation for future first journey earthlings to Mars.
An Israeli suit must protect future astronauts from deadly radiation that destroys the bone marrow of humans and other vital organs.
Start-up StemRed, who designed the costume was created by Dr. Oren Mil’shtejnom after the disaster at the nuclear power plant in Fukushima, for protection againststrong radiation.
Plastic, from which it is made, contains hydrogen and costume is arranged so that protects primarily the hip bone, where the bulk of the bone marrow,as well as breast, stomach and intestines and ovaries — in which, under the influence of strong radiation may develop cancer. Power exposure in outer space can reachvery high values in periods of solar activity.
The company Mil’shtejna has invented a way to recycling for radiation shielding of plastic packages containing hydrogen to space stations.
In Israel, hoping that in the year 2021, when participants will go into space Exploration Mission 2, domestic development will become an indispensable attribute of space flight.