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  1. John B. Charles, NASA Johnson Space Center, Use of International Space Station to Simulate Interplanetary Transit: Human Health and Performance Applicability of Current Increment Durations and Extended Durations, TM-2011-216143, 2/1/2011, pp. 20, Location unavailable.


  2. Pat B. McLaughlan*, Scott C. Forth*, Lorie R. Grimes-Ledesma**, Composite Overwrapped Pressure Vessels, A Primer, SP-2011-573, 3/1/2011, pp. 30, *NASA Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, **NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.


  3. Kirk L. English,* Kyle J. Hackney, Elizabeth Redd, John K. DeWitt,, A Ground-based Comparison of the Muscle Atrophy Research and Exercise System (MARES) and a Standard Isokinetic Dynamometer, NASA/TP-2011-216144, 3/1/2011, pp. 28, *Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center.


  4. Kathryn E. Keeton, Alexandra Whitmire - Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering, Analog Assessment Tool Report, TP-2011-216146, 5/1/2011, pp. 90, Location unavailable.


  5. Christopher M. Perry, M.S., Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering, Houston, TX, Non-Contact Vital Sign Monitoring via Ultra-Wideband Radar, Infrared Video, and Remote Photoplethysmography: Viable Options for Space Exploration Missions, TM-2011-216145, 5/1/2011, pp. 18, Location unavailable.


  6. Lawrence A. Palinkas, Ph.D., School of Social Work, University of Southern California, Psychosocial Characteristics of Optimum Performance in Isolated and Confined Environments, TM-2011-216149, 5/1/2011, pp. 88, Location unavailable.


  7. Johnny Conkin, PhD,* Human Adaptation and Countermeasures Division**, Preventing Decompression Sickness Over Three Decades of Extravehicular Activity, TP-2011-216147, 6/1/2011, pp. 64, *Universities Space Research Association, Houston, **NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  8. Camille Shea, PhD*, Kelley J. Slack, PhD†, Kathryn E. Keeton, PhD**, Lawrence A. Palinkas, PhD††, Lauren B. Leveton, PhD***, Antarctica Meta-analysis: Psychosocial Factors Related to Long-duration Isolation and Confinement, TM-2011-216148, 6/1/2011, pp. 16, *Universities Space Research Association, Houston, †LZ Technology, Inc./Wyle, Houston, **Enterprise Advisory Services, Inc./Wyle, Houston, ††University of Southern California, Los Angeles, ***NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  9. Melissa Scott-Pandorf, PhD,* Lawrence Kuznetz, PhD**, Apollo Extravehicular Activities Video and Data Archives: Stumbling, Locomotive Velocity, and Metabolic Rates, TP-2011-216151, 6/1/2011, pp. 32, *Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering Group, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, **Universities Space Research Association, Houston.


  10. Jennifer L. Rhatigan,* Deborah J. Neubek,* L. Dale Thomas,* Charles Stegemoeller*, Constellation Program Lessons Learned; Volume I: Executive Summary, SP-2011-6127, 6/1/2011, pp. 56, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  11. Veronica Maidel, M.S., Jeffrey M. Stanton, Ph.D., Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, Unobtrusive Monitoring of Spaceflight Team Functioning, TM-2011-216153, 6/1/2011, pp. 76, Location unavailable.


  12. Steven P. Chappell,* Andrew F. Abercromby,* William L. Todd,** Michael L. Gernhardt***, Final Report of NEEMO 14: Evaluation of a Space Exploration Vehicle, Cargo Lander, and Crew Lander during Simulated Partial-gravity Exploration and Construction Tasks, TP-2011-216152, 7/1/2011, pp. 178, *Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering, Houston; **University Space Research Associates, Houston, ***NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  13. Fred Kuo,* Steve Wilson*, Joint Confidence Level Requirement: Policy and Issues, TM-2011-216154, 7/1/2011, pp. 32, *NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  14. Francis A. Cucinotta,* Myung-Hee Y. Kim,** Lori J. Chappell**, Space Radiation Cancer Risk Projections and Uncertainties – 2010, TP-2011-216155, 8/1/2011, pp. 136, *NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston; **U.S.R.A., Division of Space Life Sciences, Houston.


  15. Jarret M. Lafleur*, The Conditional Equivalence of ?V Minimization and Apoapsis Targeting in Numerical Predictor-Corrector Aerocapture Guidance, TM-2011-216156, 8/1/2011, pp. 32, *NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston.


  16. Helen Lane, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX 77058, Select Astronaut Observations and Highlights of Space Shuttle Program Payloads and Experiments, TM-2011-216150, 10/1/2011, pp. 270, Location unavailable.


  17. Stephen J. Hoffman*, Matthew J. Leonard**, Pascal Lee***, Evaluation of Robotic Systems to Carry Out Traverse Execution, Opportunistic Science, and Landing Site Evaluation Tasks, TM-2011-216157, 9/1/2011, pp. 90, *Science Applications International Corporation, Houston; **NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston; ***Mars Institute, SETI Institute, Moffett Field, California.


  18. Jennifer A. Fogarty PhD, Christian Otto MD, Eric Kerstman MD, Cherie Oubre PhD, Jimmy Wu, The Visual Impairment Intracranial Pressure Summit Report, TP-2011-216160, 10/1/2011, pp. 32, Location unavailable.


  19. Space Life Sciences Directorate, NASA’s Reduced Gravity Program Summary Report, TM-2011-216158, 10/1/2011, pp. 56, Location unavailable.


  20. Carlos Noriega; William Arceneaux; Jeffrey A. Williams; Jennifer L. Rhatigan, First Crewed Flight: Rationale, Considerations & Challenges from the Constellation Experience, TM-2011-216161, 10/1/2011, pp. 30, Location unavailable.


  21. Jennifer L. Rhatigan,* Deborah J. Neubek,* L. Dale Thomas,* Charles Stegemoeller*, Constellation Program Lessons Learned; Volume 2: Detailed Lessons Learned, SP-2011-6127-VOL-2, 11/1/2011, pp. 114, *NASA Johnson Space Center.


  22. Raymond A. Noe, PhD; Ali McConnell Dachner; Brian Saxton; Kathryn E. Keeton, Team Training for Long-duration Missions in Isolated and Confined Environments: A Literature Review, an Operational Assessment, and Recommendations for Practice and Research, TM-2011-216162, 10/1/2011, pp. 44, Location unavailable.


  23. Dr. Jacquelyn Ford Morie; Dr. Gustav Verhulsdonck; Dr. Rita Lauria, J.D.; Kathryn E. Keeton, Ph.D, Operational Assessment Recommendations: Current Potential and Advanced Research Directions for Virtual Worlds as Long-Duration Space Flight Countermeasures, TP-2011-216164, 10/1/2011, pp. 42, Location unavailable.


  24. Emily M. David, M.A.; Cristina Rubino, M.A.; Kathryn E. Keeton, Ph.D.; Christopher A. Miller, Ph.D.; Holly N. Patterson, An Examination of Cross-Cultural Interactions aboard the International Space Station, TM-2011-217351, 11/1/2011, pp. 44, Location unavailable.


  25. K.J. Abercromby, P. Seitzer, H.M. Cowardin, E.S. Barker, M.J. Matney, Michigan Orbital DEbris Survey Telescope Observations of the Geosynchronous Orbital Debris Environment Observing Years: 2007-2009, TP-2011-217350, 9/1/2011, pp. 48, Location unavailable.


  26. M. Simon, A. Whitmire, C. Otto, MD, D. Neubek, Factors Impacting Habitable Volume Requirements: Results from the 2011 Habitable Volume Workshop, TM-2011-217352, 12/1/2011, pp. 72, Location unavailable.


  27. David Musson, MD, PhD, McMaster University, Investigating the Relationship Between Personality Traits and Astronaut Career Performance: Retrospective Analysis of Personality Data Collected 1989-1995, TM-2011-217353, 12/1/2011, pp. 34, Location unavailable.


  28. Kamlesh P. Lulla, Biennial Research and Technology Development Report, TM-2011-216163, 12/1/2011, pp. 370, Location unavailable.



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