Участники эксперимента Марс-500 провели 1,5 года в полной изоляции

4 Ноября 2011, 18:14

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RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / ESA " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS This handout photo taken from a video on August 2011 and released on October 25, 2011 by the European Space Agency (ESA) shows members of the Mars500 crew (L-R) Diego Urbina of Italy, Romain Charles of France, Wang Yue of China, Sukhrob Kamolov of Russia, Alexander Smoleevskiy of Russia, Alexander Smoleevskiy of Russia, posing during their Mars500 mission. Officially called Mars-500, the unprecedented experiment with six volunteers, aged between 26 and 38, spending 520 days in isolation, is to test how humans respond to the pressures of a there-and-back voyage to Mars. The mission began on June 3, 2010 and three of the crewmembers ?landed? on Mars last February. The experiment is due to finish on November 4, 2011, followed by several days of medical check-ups. AFP PHOTO/ESA
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / ESA/MARS500 " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS This handout photo released on October 25, 2011 by the European Space Agency (ESA) shows a drawing of Diego Urbina, a member of the Mars500 crew, representing one of his colleague ''Sasha'' working on the surface of Mars during the Mars500 mission. Officially called Mars-500, the unprecedented experiment with six volunteers, aged between 26 and 38, spending 520 days in isolation, is to test how humans respond to the pressures of a there-and-back voyage to Mars. The mission began on June 3, 2010 and three of the crewmembers ?landed? on Mars last February. The experiment is due to finish on November 4, 2011, followed by several days of medical check-ups. AFP PHOTO/ESA/MARS500
TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY ANNA MALPAS (FILES) A file photo taken on February 14, 2011 from a monitor at the Korolev Space Mission Control Center outside Moscow shows volunteers of the Mars500 experiment, Diego Urbina of Italy and Alexander Smoleyevsky of Russia, taking a mock walk on Mars. Six volunteers on November 4 will emerge blinking into the outside world after spending almost one-and-a-half-years in isolation at the Russian research center to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The six men, who have spent 520 days in a capsule in a car park outside the Moscow institute, will at 1000 GMT open the hatch of their module that slammed shut on June 3, 2010, before being taken for a barrage of medical tests. AFP PHOTO / ALEXANDER NEMENOV
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / ESA " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS This handout photo released on October 25, 2011 by the European Space Agency (ESA) shows blue lights set up in a Mars500 cabin to help the crew preparing their eyes for seeing the real daylight. Officially called Mars-500, the unprecedented experiment with six volunteers, aged between 26 and 38, spending 520 days in isolation, is to test how humans respond to the pressures of a there-and-back voyage to Mars. The mission began on June 3, 2010 and three of the crewmembers ?landed? on Mars last February. The experiment is due to finish on November 4, 2011, followed by several days of medical check-ups. AFP PHOTO/ESA
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / ESA " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A photo taken on June 3, 2011 shows members of the Mars500 France's Romain Charles preparing chocolate biscuits in the Mars500 modules in Moscow. The six volunteers were to emerge from isolation on November 4, 2011 after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside. AFP PHOTO / ESA
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / ESA " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A photo taken on February 21, 2011 shows member of the Mars500 crew Italy's Diego Urbina tumbling over during the 'Marswalk'. Six volunteers were to emerge from isolation on November 4, 2011 after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside. AFP PHOTO / ESA
RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / ESA " - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS A photo taken on April 1, 2011 shows member of the Mars500 China's Wang Yue taking measurements " in the Mars500 modules in Moscow. Six volunteers were to emerge from isolation on November 4, 2011 after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside. AFP PHOTO / ESA
A pool photo released by Moscow's Institute for Medical and Biological Problems on November 4, 2011, shows the six members of the Mars500 crew posing after they emerged from the Mars500 isolation facility in Moscow. Six volunteers emerged today from isolation after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside.AFP-PHOTO/ MOSCOW'S INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS/POOL/ OLEG VOLOSHIN
A pool photo released by Moscow's Institute for Medical and Biological Problems on November 4, 2011, shows the six members of the Mars500 crew posing after they emerged from the Mars500 isolation facility in Moscow. Six volunteers emerged today from isolation after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside.AFP-PHOTO/ MOSCOW'S INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS/POOL/ OLEG VOLOSHIN
A pool photo released by Moscow's Institute for Medical and Biological Problems on November 4, 2011, shows the six members of the Mars500 crew posing after they emerged from the Mars500 isolation facility in Moscow. Six volunteers emerged today from isolation after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside.AFP-PHOTO/ MOSCOW'S INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS/POOL/ OLEG VOLOSHIN
A pool photo released by Moscow's Institute for Medical and Biological Problems on November 4, 2011, shows the six members of the Mars500 crew posing after they emerged from the Mars500 isolation facility in Moscow. Six volunteers emerged today from isolation after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside.AFP-PHOTO/ MOSCOW'S INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS/POOL/ OLEG VOLOSHIN
A pool photo released by Moscow's Institute for Medical and Biological Problems on November 4, 2011, shows Russian researcher Sukhrob Kamolov waving as he emerges from the Mars500 isolation facility in Moscow. Six volunteers emerged today from isolation after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside.AFP-PHOTO/ MOSCOW'S INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS/POOL/ OLEG VOLOSHIN
A pool photo released by Moscow's Institute for Medical and Biological Problems on November 4, 2011, shows an instituts worker openin the hatch of the Mars500 isolation facility in Moscow. Six volunteers emerged today from isolation after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside.AFP-PHOTO/ MOSCOW'S INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS/POOL/ OLEG VOLOSHIN
A pool photo released by Moscow's Institute for Medical and Biological Problems on November 4, 2011, shows Russian researcher Sukhrob Kamolov (2nd L) waving as he emerges from the Mars500 isolation facility in Moscow. Six volunteers emerged today from isolation after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside.AFP-PHOTO/ MOSCOW'S INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS/POOL/ OLEG VOLOSHIN
A pool photo released by Moscow's Institute for Medical and Biological Problems on November 4, 2011, shows the six members of the Mars500 crew posing after they emerged from the Mars500 isolation facility in Moscow. Six volunteers emerged today from isolation after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside.AFP-PHOTO/ MOSCOW'S INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS/POOL/ OLEG VOLOSHIN
A pool photo released by Moscow's Institute for Medical and Biological Problems on November 4, 2011, shows Russian researcher Alexey Sitev, one of the six members of the Mars500 crew (L), smiling after they emerged from the Mars500 isolation facility in Moscow. Six volunteers emerged today from isolation after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside.AFP-PHOTO/ MOSCOW'S INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS/POOL/ OLEG VOLOSHIN
A pool photo released by Moscow's Institute for Medical and Biological Problems on November 4, 2011, shows three of the six members of the Mars500 crew (L-R), Russian researcher Alexey Sitev, Chinese Wang Yue and Italian-Colombian Diego Urbina, as they receive flowers after they emerged from the Mars500 isolation facility in Moscow. Six volunteers emerged today from isolation after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside.AFP-PHOTO/ MOSCOW'S INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS/POOL/ OLEG VOLOSHIN
A pool photo released by Moscow's Institute for Medical and Biological Problems on November 4, 2011, shows one of the six members of the Mars500 crew, French researcher Romain Charles posing for a photo, shortly after the crew emerged from the Mars500 isolation facility in Moscow. Six volunteers emerged today from isolation after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside.AFP-PHOTO/ MOSCOW'S INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS/POOL/ OLEG VOLOSHIN
A pool photo released by Moscow's Institute for Medical and Biological Problems on November 4, 2011, shows one of the six members of the Mars500 crew, French researcher Romain Charles speaking with unidentified people through a glass, shortly after the crew emerged from the Mars500 isolation facility in Moscow. Six volunteers emerged today from isolation after spending almost one-and-a-half-years locked away from the world at a Russian research centre to test the effects on humans of a flight to Mars. The unprecedented experiment has simulated the duration and isolation of a return journey to the Red Planet, even including "walks" on a replica of the Martian surface and 20-minute time gaps in communication with outside.AFP-PHOTO/ MOSCOW'S INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS/POOL/ OLEG VOLOSHIN

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