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Lunar Craters

About this month's talk

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Space

The Challenges Facing Astronauts Physically and Medically on Long Journeys

Dr Martin Braddock is a professional scientist and project manager working in the field of drug discovery and development. He has a serious interest in astronomy and is a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, being passionate about all aspects of astronomy, cosmology and astrobiology.  He hold university qualifications in Cosmology, Astronomy and Planetary Sciences, and Astrobiology.  He is an active member of the Mansfield and Sutton Astronomical Society and Newton'w Astronomy Society at Woolsthorpe.  He is very interested in effects of gravitational extremes on animal and human physiology and in the concept of Space Medicine. Further interests include the reality of extra-terrestrial colonisation and the potential for human enhancement to facilitate deep space travel and exploration.

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