OTTAWA-The Canadian Space Agency says Robert Thirsk wants to hire former astronauts to find out how to help medical experience about the human mission in Mars.
Thirsk is a physician who receives Canadian file in space, thanks to the extended mission of the 2009 International Space Station. The space agency said that Friday's space agency needs 94,500 contracts, saying it is the only person in the Earth that adapts to the Thysk factor.
"In this way, Dr. Thirsk uniquely places CSA on the long-haul flights in terms of health and performance competencies for the crew members and medical practitioners, as well as their ability to meet these abilities." The agency said in a public space on Friday.
He published the "Release Note for the Awarded Contract," and is essentially asking for anyone who thinks better than Thirsk.
As defined by the need for publishing, no one could ever have been.
Chris Hadfield, probably the most well-known Canadian astronaut, spent 166 days in space on both shuttle missions and a long stay at the International Space Station, but a pilot, not a doctor.
The remarkable Canadian astronaut, Julie Payette, is in charge of the next two years as the General Government, and today, the Federal Minister of Transport Gorneau will be re-elected to the Commons palace next autumn.
Even if you do not want to work, you do not get a specific degree from this agency.
The work should be spent for two consecutive years, to help scientists and health experts to overcome the Earth's low orbiting astronauts to invest in space health science.
Thirsk would "work with Canadian biomedicine, healthy and performing communities", as space health solutions help improve remote access to health care, along with other health services.
Thirsk also has to work with NASA to "ensure a critical and impressive role in astronauts' health and performance."
The first year of the contract is $ 45,000. The second option is 49,500 dollars per year.
Thirsk did not answer a request to talk about work on Friday.
The United States is examining Marsi's mission, perhaps at the beginning of the 2030s, when the two planets are closest. The NASA Administrator has visited Ottawa to apply for Canada's support for preliminary steps including a moon orbit platform.
Long space missions degrade astronauts' muscles and bones, they can withstand heavy radiation and even cause their senses. An astronaut who gets a bad or too serious Earth home is sent quickly enough; It's not possible for mid-monday.
March travel would be at least six months long enough to deal with serious problems, especially if astronauts want to get ready to travel.
Thirsk directs expert advisors working to minimize these risks, Canada has helped human race to study space, yet it has not yet been published.
Why are the titles of the contract so small?
"This contract is being prepared by developing the aspects developed by the Expert Group Report (hereinafter referred to as health care), which includes consultations with national and international experts," said Spokesman of the Canadian Space Agency Arielle Mathieu said. "Dr. Robert Thirsk, a former CSA astronaut, has completed the training, training and utility of work.
"The vendor who believes that ratings will still be able to submit a statement of competencies before January 31, 2019."
Thirsk called the federal government to "recapture appropriate funding" as a Canadian space program "as a means of disseminating our national capabilities and bringing our citizens together".
The latest report from the Commission states that the federal government commits itself to the 2019 budget to provide "recommendations for the most important and ongoing" space organizations, and to support "space exploration and science".