Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Space Dangers: Outer Space Perils, Rocket Risks and the Health Consequences of the Space Environment

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Natural elements and cosmic phenomena in space, such as asteroids, comets, meteors, black holes and super bubbles pose a threat to the planet Earth and spacefarers in the near-Earth environment. ...
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Conclusion

Pp. 324-332 (9)

Dirk C. Gibson

Abstract

This concluding chapter summarizes the entire work and points to some conclusions. The three main units of the book, (intrinsic space dangers, rocket risks and the health consequences of space) were discussed in general terms and summarized. Then a series of main conclusions was provided. The chapter ended with a few caveats and reservations about research methodology.

Affiliation:

The University of New Mexico USA.