Beuhler Press Release
We recently returned to the moon during a Challenger Center Mission. Our mission was a success.
I was part of the medical team. My job responsibilities included testing for response time, measuring skin temperatures, measuring respiration, measuring blood pressure and testing for peripheral vision. The most significant information I collected during the mission was the data collected from our tests. The data helped tell us that the astronauts could survive on the moon. Since the moons atmosphere is different from Earths, my team needed to research the human body’s response on the moon. We found that the human body can walk on the moon with the right equipment. The part of my job that I found to be most difficult was making sure that the humans stay safe on the moon.
If I had the chance to fly again, I would do the following things differently. I would change my job to communications. This is because the communication job looked like fun and a little easier than the medical team’s job.