This project launched in February, 2014 and was completed in June, 2014.
Space is a scary and hazardous place full of dangers like radiation from sunlight and isolation from Earth with the nearest help 230 miles away from you by rocket. For space travel, you have to be prepared and it takes many people with all kinds of knowledge to support in that preparation. NASA’s Human Health and Performance (HH&P) Directorate helps solve these problems— BUT if you are a scientist or project manager at NASA, sometimes it’s hard to figure out what route/path is best to take to solve your problem. This challenge seeks to create an online tool so that users can navigate a series of questions to a filtered subset of solution mechanisms that are a best fit for their specific needs based on the criteria they input.

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