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How do astronauts live in space?

Sleep & Relaxation
by harjot sarabha on 11 May 2013

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Transcript of How do astronauts live in space?

Sleep & Relaxation How Do Astronauts
Live In Space? Do Astronauts Need More or Less Sleep Than Normal When They Are In Space? How Many Hours Of Sleep Do Astronauts Usually Get Each Night? How Do Astronauts Relax
In Space? Do Astronauts Sleep In A Bed? If They Do Not, How Do They Sleep? Interesting Facts! HOPE YOU ENJOYED!!! They usually get 8.5 hours of sleep, but sometimes they can't because of the strange sights and sounds and they become stressed about riding such a powerful rocket.They practically get 0.5 to 2.5 hours less than they do on earth. They relax while they have their pre-sleep, which usually lasts for 2 hours and also during those 2 hours they have tasks that they have to do which are

Evening Meal
Preparation Of Daily Rations
Evening Hygiene Yes, they sleep in bunk beds or sleeping bags, there are some cabins which can hold one person each. Astronauts can sleep anywhere in the space station as long as they attach themselves to something. They have a schedule that they always have to follow
They have tasks everyday that they have to complete
They sleep on walls, and when they about to go to sleep they have to attach themselves so that they won't float around
There are cabins in space ships that they can sleep in (if they wish to)
They get 0.5 to 2.5 hours less than they do on earth Made By: Diane, Gursimran, Harjot &
Jussel! They need more sleep in space, they sleep for 8.5 hours, but sometimes they can't because of the strange sights and sounds and they become stressed about riding such a powerful rocket. Here Are Some Pictures Of Astronauts Sleeping In Space! In these 2 pictures they are sleeping on the walls. PRE-SLEEP Evening Hygiene Preparation for
Daily Rations Evening meal This is is a diagram that shows what they during their pre-sleep TASK #1 TASK #2 TASK #3
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