The PHEnOM Project
Physiological, Health, and Environmental Observations in Microgravity
Artist Dr Pell joins one of the world’s first commercial human spaceflight research programs as a Citizen Scientist-Astronaut Candidate and Australia Council Fellow. The PHEnOM Project is a microgravity human research program, training and utilizing citizen scientist-astronauts and mission support specialists to carry out its mission objectives. The primary fields of research include: biomedical/health, engineering, pharmacology, materials science, and atmospheric and physical sciences. PHEnOM Mission Support Specialists and Citizen Scientist-Astronaut Candidates undertake research in Earth-based laboratories, on parabolic aircraft, and eventually, aboard commercial suborbital spaceflight vehicles and other high-altitude, edge of space research platforms.
The PHEnOM Project is an initiative of The SeaSpace Exploration & Research Society Inc. managed by Physical Culture, LLC. www.seaspacesociety.org.
The 'Performing Astronautics' project is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
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