Astrowright joins NASA’s NHHPC

We are pleased to report that Astrowright Spaceflight Consulting LLC has been accepted as a corporate member of the NASA Human Health and Performance Center (NHHPC).

The NHHPC was launched in October of 2010 to coordinate global human health and performance efforts in spaceflight and foster open collaboration between NASA, academic institutions, and member organizations.  Current members of note include Nike, the FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and the Southwest Research Institute.

The benefits of Astrowright participation with NHHPC will be threefold.  First, such participation will provide an open forum for Astrowright to share findings and promote fitness process improvements derived from our industry-leading Preflight Fitness Program.  Secondly, Astrowright will benefit from the exchange of human performance research developments disseminated by NASA and other member organizations.  Lastly, NHHPC membership with enable Astrowright to participate in collaborative government-industry-academic projects that aim to advance human spaceflight capabilities.

We are excited to come aboard and look forward to future collaboration with NHHPC.  For more information about Astrowright’s history or services, please visit our website at

About astrowright

Geologist, hydrologist, environmental scientist, meteorologist, radiological engineer, adjunct college instructor, federal emergency responder, author, jazz musician, and NewSpace entrepreneur. Founder and Principal Research Scientist of Astrowright Spaceflight Consulting LLC.
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