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Harry Coumnas Left the Confines of Spacecraft and Took Part in Extravehicular Activity as Mission Specialist

Harry Coumnas Left the Confines of Spacecraft and Took Part in Extravehicular Activity as Mission Specialist

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Harry Coumnas Left the Confines of Spacecraft and Took Part in Extravehicular Activity as Mission Specialist

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  1. Harry Coumnas Left the Confines of Spacecraft and Took Part in Extravehicular Activity as Mission Specialist

  2. Harry Coumnas Teams Up With Astronaut Pilots to Form a Space Shuttle • Harry Coumnas coordinates operation within the spacecraft. • He serves in a role that requires the management of many everyday tasks. • He further schedules the activities of the crew, monitors the technological systems on the spacecraft, and manages inventory. • He believes that life in outer space is different and surviving the travel is quite strenuous with limited food supply and sleep.

  3. Harry is Trained to Pilot in a Spacecraft, and Do Activities Related to Human Space Exploration • Harry believes that every trip into space can be a walk between success and disaster. • Previously working as mission specialist, he worked with pilots to conduct experiments, launch satellites, and maintain spacecrafts, and equipment. • He left the confines of the spacecraft and took part in extravehicular activity.

  4. He Came Up With the Fact That Mars is on Average Inhospitably Cold • According to Harry Coumnas, the planet’s atmosphere is 95.3% carbon dioxide, and without a magnetic field its surface is bombarded by the Sun’s radiation. • Moreover, the low atmospheric pressure combined with cold temperatures means liquid water is not stable at the surface. • Thus, in such conditions, life cannot exist. • He concludes that without direct evidence of past life, it is not possible to determine whether Mars was ever inhabited.

  5. Thank YouHarry Coumnas