Manned Space Travel, the short version
(2): 6 questions, 6 answers
Example # 2: ISS in cosmic radiation
Question # 1
Do they measure 11 microsievert per hour on intercontinental flights for example from London to Chicago?
Answer # 1: Yes.
Question # 2
Did they measure on flights of the supersonic airplane CONCORDE at 18 km hight over ground radiation doses up to 1000 millisievert?
Answer # 2: Yes.
Question # 3
Do they measure in the area of the South-Atlantic Anomaly (SAA) in 12 km height over ground radiation doses of 11000 microsievert per hour?
Answer # 3: Yes
Question # 4
Did NASA report in 2015 for the allegedly 400 km high flying International Space Station (ISS) a radiation dosis of 12 microsievert per hour after having reported in 2008, seven years earlier, a three times higher dosis (37,03 microsievert)?
Answer # 4: Yes.
Question # 5
Could an alleged space ship at 400 km above ground get an alleged radiation dosis of 12 microsievert per hour which is less than the dosis on the real CONCORDE at 18 km and on real intercontinental flights through the SAA at 12 km, and could it be that the radiation dosis on the alleged ISS is only one thousandth of the SAA-dosis, namely 12 instead of 11000?
Answer # 5: No.
Question # 6
Can an alleged space ship at 400 km above ground with an alleged radiation dosis of 12 microsievert per hour be considered as really existent?
Answer # 6: No.
Balthasar, 18. April 2017