View Video: "Life Beyond Earth and the Mind of Man (1975) here!
NASA| Worker Tried to Sabotage
Shuttle-Bound Computer By Cutting Wires
About the film above: This film is an edited version of a symposium held at Boston University on November 20, 1972 that explores the implications of the possible ... all existence of extraterrestrial life within the galaxy and the universe.
The panel members were Dr. Richard Berendzen, astronomy professor and historian of science at Boston University; Dr. Ashley Montagu, anthropologist, social biologist and author at Rutgers University; Dr. Philip Morrison, physicist educator and philosopher of science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); Dr. Carl Sagan, astronomer and exobiologist at Cornell University; Dr. Krister Stendahl, clergyman and theologian at Harvard University; and Dr. George Wald, biologist at Harvard University.
More Impact on Astronauts (on prolonged space mission)
"The heart becomes smaller and weaker, having undergone cardiovascular deconditioning relative to the physiological needs on Earth. Body fluids have been diminished, muscles have atrophied, and bones weakened. and the vestibular, or balance, system has become used to a new set of signals that the brain has learned to understand...