To address ergonomics in space, one must consider the confined space and the absence of gravity.The absence of gravity changes a person’s body in terms of height which will increase in weightlessness and also loss in weight. This experience becomes more challenging due to the limited availability of space and microgravity affect the most basic of activities such as eating, bathing, exercising, sleeping etc. Nonetheless, the interior space of the space craft can be optimised by taking into consideration all of the wall surfaces because there is no sense of up and down.


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