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#34844 - 21 Oct 06 06:34 Out-of-this-world sex
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Registered: 27 Jun 06
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Loc: Jakpus
The bastards lied in the brochure and I have demanded my US$10 million back. If out-of-this-world sex is no longer on offer, then what is the point? Cleaning toilets? Not bloody likely after having lived in Indonesia for so long.

Sex in space can jeopardise missions


London: Astronauts offering etiquette lessons to space tourists have warned them to keep their libidos firmly on the ground, as sex in space could seriously jeopardise missions.

At the International Symposium for Personal Spaceflight in Las Cruces, New Mexico, US, former shuttle astronaut Tom Jones said over queries whether sex in space missions was permissible, that he would “like to leave that for the commercial sector” as “out-of-this-world sex could jeopardise missions”.

At the summit astronauts and space doctors gave prospective space tourists advice ranging from the serious, like not looking directly at the sun, to the not so serious, not hogging prime viewing space at the windows.

Astronauts said since the tourists will not be from among the highly trained, highly accomplished astronaut corps, but average civilians, they needed to learn the basics of space travel. Issues like cleaning up the toilet after one use, though might sound trivial, was important, for they were all about practicality, they said.
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#34850 - 21 Oct 06 08:36 Re: Out-of-this-world sex [Re: Piss Salon]
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Captain, Ah canny get the reactors to wurk! Some dirty basturd has spunked all over the Di-Lithium crystals!
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#57439 - 27 Jul 07 10:16 Re: Out-of-this-world sex [Re: Dilli]
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Being phished and kidnapping others with intent to murder seem to be no problem though. Where is the love?

Panel Finds Astronauts Flew While Intoxicated

Jul 26, 2007
By Frank Morring, Jr./Aviation Week & Space Technology

A panel reviewing astronaut health issues in the wake of the Lisa Nowak arrest has found that on at least two occasions astronauts were allowed to fly after flight surgeons and other astronauts warned they were so intoxicated that they posed a flight-safety risk.

The panel, also reported "heavy use of alcohol" by astronauts before launch, within the standard 12-hour "bottle to throttle" rule applied to NASA flight crew members.

A NASA spokesman declined comment on the findings, which were obtained by Aviation Week & Space Technology. The spokesman said a press conference has tentatively been scheduled for Friday afternoon on the issue. At the direction of Administrator Michael Griffin, NASA Chief Medical Officer Dr. Richard S. Williams set up the panel to review astronaut medical and psychological screening after Nowak was arrested in Orlando, Fla., Feb. 5 on charges of attempted murder and attempted kidnapping for allegedly stalking and threatening a woman who was dating another astronaut. The attempted murder charge was subsequently dropped.

The panel is composed of military and civilian government physicians, psychologists, lawyers, safety experts and astronauts under the chairmanship of U.S. Air Force Col. Richard Bachmann, dean of the Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine. Panel members visited Johnson Space Center in April to gather information from flight surgeons and the astronaut office on astronaut health screening. A panel member said Wednesday the report was still in draft form, and probably would be released in August. Separately, Griffin ordered JSC Director Mike Coats to review intake and on-going psychological screening for astronaut candidates and astronauts, and to recommend changes if necessary.

Griffin also directed Coats, himself a former astronaut, to "determine whether there were any areas of concern - any leading indicators we might have picked up on, based on Lisa Nowak's dealings with other astronauts or NASA employees," in the words of Deputy Administrator Shana Dale.

The Bachmann panel report apparently does not deal directly with Nowak or mention any other astronaut by name. Coats' findings also will be part of the press conference on Friday, according to the agency spokesman.

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