Space Travel Project. Isabela Perez Felipe Serrano Carlos Romero Roberto Beneras. Picutres of Saturn and Dione. Hotel Characterisitcs. - 1000 rooms, 200 suites and 800 normal - bus arrives at the ring, going around it to take off - 5 pools, - 2 gyms - 10 elevators
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per night $ 5,000
- Per night $3,000
1 Pack $45,000
2 pack $30,000
- Includes 5 nights and 6 days
- 2 adults in a suite
- Brekfast and dinner included
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Maximum Absorption Garment (MAG) – During almost seven hours of space walking, it is difficult for astronauts to relieve themselves of the urine produced by their body For this reason, every astronaut space walking, wears a large, absorbent diaper, which collects urine and feces while in the spacesuit. The MAG is disposed off after the completion of the space walk.
Liquid Cooling and Ventilation Garment (LCVG) – LCVG is a set of Nylon tricot and spandex "long underwear" that is laced with thin plastic tubes through which, cool water flows which eliminates the excess body heat produced by the astronaut. The cooling water comes from the spacesuit's backpack unit or from the spacecraft through an umbilical cord.
EMU Electrical Harness (EEH) - This is a set of communications wires and bio instruments worn by the astronaut inside the suit. It connects to the radio and bio instruments in the suit's backpack. It helps in communication and monitors the astronaut's vital signs such as respiration rate, heart rate, temperature, etc.
Communications Carrier Assembly (CCA) - The CCA is a fabric cap worn by the astronaut, which contains microphones and earphones enabling hand-free communication with the radio.