Analogue space missions provide a large array of testing beds for experiments and research. This page provides an overview of research conducted in analogue space missions.
The table below provides a list of published research or links to platforms containing research. This is the initial step for a wider initiative to gather all research concerning analogue space missions.
N.B.: If you have additional information and wish to add a mission, feel free to do so and the CHASM team will help with fact-checking and maintenance
|Projects are designed by researchers or students and used as semester projects
|Due to the nature of the cave in which the Astroland missions are led, there is a strong focus on research of the bacteria located within the cave, focussing mostly on biology and EVAs.
|Austrian Space Forum
|CHILL-ICE missions are conducted within lava tubes and caves with a mobile habitat, thus focusing part of the research on the deployment of the habitat and geology.
|LunAres conducted the first analogue space mission with a crew member with a disability and thus has one of the only missions with research in that direction.
|Publication on psychologyPublication on prefrontal cortex
|Longuest analogue space missions conducted with over 500 days
|HESTIA has a robust life support system
|NEEMO is a NASA-led underwater habitat