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owhh....
what happened if i joined the army in my 3rd yr of medschool
would that help at all?
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No.
Try the airforce. RAF or USAF. USAF would be better, but hard to get into if you are not a resident. Do you have a social security no.?
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No.
Try the airforce. RAF or USAF. USAF would be better, but hard to get into if you are not a resident. Do you have a social security no.?
yea sorry that's what meant
sorry if i sound stupid, what's USAF

i think i have a social secruity nu, most prolly i do, cos i lived there for a while. why do u ask?
mayb the british mite get their act together, and sort out a space program, tho they should sort a few things out before that, like the state of the NHS.

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(Original post by C0nnie)
what about a doctor to the astronauts, so i'd have to go to space too, cos i'm hopefully doing medicine next yr?
what are the chances??
i do have american and british passports tho!
No, they don't take doctors into space. See my post above; requirements are taken directly from NASA.
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No, they don't take doctors into space. See my post above; requirements are taken directly from NASA.
really?
what happens if astronauts get sick?
or if they want to see the effects of space conditions on the human body? don't they need a qualified doctor for that...ie me lol!
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USAF=United states air force.
They always have someone with medical training onboard, but only for minor things. If there is a major emergancy they will be forced to abort the mission.
A bit redundant as nothing goes up for several years now (manned at least)
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USAF=United states air force.
They always have someone with medical training onboard, but only for minor things. If there is a major emergancy they will be forced to abort the mission.
A bit redundant as nothing goes up for several years now (manned at least)
ah rite
i spose it'd be easier train some1 to have a basic medical training than someone with loads of medical knowledge but doens't know much bout physics etc etc...
i can still dream tho...lol it'd be soo cool to go into space!
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ah rite
i spose it'd be easier train some1 to have a basic medical training than someone with loads of medical knowledge but doens't know much bout physics etc etc...
i can still dream tho...lol it'd be soo cool to go into space!
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Then wait till they ask for people to take the one way express to mars. They will need doctors.
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Well, what if one of them needs a haircut? You can't cater for everything; overkill! They carry specialists with skills relating to the mission at hand or the payload being carried, and pilots. If you want an easy way up, get into an industry making things that need to go into space.
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(Original post by C0nnie)
ah rite
i spose it'd be easier train some1 to have a basic medical training than someone with loads of medical knowledge but doens't know much bout physics etc etc...
i can still dream tho...lol it'd be soo cool to go into space!
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if you really want to go into space, be an entrepreneur earns lots of money,then buy a ticket to space
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