1. Texas A&M researchers find adding scents to virtual reality may ease astronauts' stress  EurekAlert
  2. Experiments to Unlock How Human Bodies React to Long Space Journeys  NASA
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With long-duration missions ahead, astronauts will need extra support in managing the behavioral effects of isolation, confinement and distance from home. Researchers in the Texas A&M Department of Aerospace Engineering are working to address this concern by using virtual reality (VR). Specifically, she is studying the effects of incorporating scents into a VR environment.

Texas A&M researchers find adding scents to v | EurekAlert!

Astronauts participating in 14 studies under the CIPHER investigation will help clarify how multiple systems in the body react to longer spaceflight missions.Astronauts participating in 14 studies under the CIPHER investigation will help clarify how multiple systems in the body react to longer spaceflight missions.

Experiments to Unlock How Human Bodies React to Long Space Journeys | NASA