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   2019| May-June  | Volume 67 | Issue 8  
    Online since May 24, 2019

 
 
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REVIEW ARTICLE
An overview of spaceflight-associated neuro-ocular syndrome (SANS)
Thomas H Mader, C Robert Gibson, Neil R Miller, Prem S Subramanian, Nimesh B Patel, Andrew G Lee
May-June 2019, 67(8):206-211
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259126  PMID:31134911
  13 6,785 54
Neurophysiological changes in simulated microgravity: An animal model
Christiane M Nday, Christos Frantzidis, Graham Jackson, Panagiotis Bamidis, Chrysoula Kourtidou-Papadeli
May-June 2019, 67(8):221-226
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259128  PMID:31134913
  9 6,537 71
COMMENTARY
Human health during space travel: An overview
Krishna Kandarpa, Victor Schneider, Krishnan Ganapathy
May-June 2019, 67(8):176-181
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259123  PMID:31134907
  8 13,265 78
REVIEW ARTICLE
Space motion sickness: A common neurovestibular dysfunction in microgravity
Thais Russomano, Michele da Rosa, Marlise A dos Santos
May-June 2019, 67(8):214-218
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259127  PMID:31134912
  7 8,575 67
Effects of microgravity and other space stressors in immunosuppression and viral reactivation with potential nervous system involvement
Vivek Mann, Alamelu Sundaresan, Satish K Mehta, Brian Crucian, Marie F Doursout, Sundar Devakottai
May-June 2019, 67(8):198-203
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259125  PMID:31134910
  6 7,038 62
Health challenges including behavioral problems in long-duration spaceflight
Charles R Doarn, JD Polk, Marc Shepanek
May-June 2019, 67(8):190-195
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259116  PMID:31134909
  5 6,970 63
COMMENTARY
Current trends and future perspectives of space neuroscience towards preparation for interplanetary missions
Christos A Frantzidis, Evangelia Kontana, Aliki Karkala, Vasilis Nigdelis, Maria Karagianni, Christiane M Nday, Krishnan Ganapathy, Chrysoula Kourtidou-Papadeli
May-June 2019, 67(8):182-187
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259124  PMID:31134908
  4 5,816 54
EDITORIAL
Extra-terrestrial neurosciences
Krishnan Ganapathy
May-June 2019, 67(8):165-166
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259118  PMID:31134902
  1 3,912 103
GUEST EDITORIALS
Challenges to human spaceflight program: The emerging role of Bioastronautics
S Unnikrishnan Nair
May-June 2019, 67(8):167-168
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259119  PMID:31134903
  1 4,680 73
Human spaceflight from one's own soil
Anupam Agarwal
May-June 2019, 67(8):169-169
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259120  PMID:31134904
  - 3,245 46
Likely challenges facing future astronauts assigned to long duration space flights
Rakesh Sharma
May-June 2019, 67(8):170-171
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259121  PMID:31134905
  - 2,856 57
Fallout of space technology for neurosciences on earth
Russell J Andrews
May-June 2019, 67(8):172-173
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259122  PMID:31134906
  - 2,443 52
NI FEATURE: THE FIRST IMPRESSION - COMMENTARY
The cover page

May-June 2019, 67(8):163-164
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259117  
  - 2,517 106
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Mars walking simulation: An electromyographic analysis
Benjamin T Hammond, Denizar Alberto da Silva Melo, Rafael Pires de Farias, Michele da Rosa, Ingrid Lamadrid, Leandro Disiuta, Julio Cesar Marquesde Lima, Thais Russomano
May-June 2019, 67(8):230-235
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259129  PMID:31134914
  - 3,965 73
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Journey beyond the realm of wildest imagination

May-June 2019, 67(8):174-174
  - 1,919 42
PHOTOGRAPH 10
Every religion acknowledges the unfathomable power beyond…

May-June 2019, 67(8):213-213
  - 1,948 27
PHOTOGRAPH 11
Towards cleaner “Panchtatvas”

May-June 2019, 67(8):219-219
  - 1,997 33
PHOTOGRAPH 12
The moment in time

May-June 2019, 67(8):220-220
  - 1,981 26
PHOTOGRAPH 13
Emerging knowledge of gravity

May-June 2019, 67(8):227-227
  - 1,947 28
PHOTOGRAPH 14
The concept of ‘zero’

May-June 2019, 67(8):228-229
  - 2,250 29
PHOTOGRAPH 2
Limitations imposed by current state of knowledge and instrumentation

May-June 2019, 67(8):175-175
  - 1,953 33
PHOTOGRAPH 3
Innovative inventions in science though the ages that have probed the mysteries of universe

May-June 2019, 67(8):188-188
  - 2,469 32
PHOTOGRAPH 4
Indications of extra-terrestrial contributions to prehistoric monuments

May-June 2019, 67(8):189-189
  - 2,240 35
PHOTOGRAPH 5
The inherent duality of all objects in the universe

May-June 2019, 67(8):196-196
  - 2,317 30
PHOTOGRAPH 6
The yearning to fly

May-June 2019, 67(8):197-197
  - 1,851 28
PHOTOGRAPH 7
Opportune circumstances for sustenance of life on a planet

May-June 2019, 67(8):204-204
  - 2,027 25
PHOTOGRAPH 8
Journey beyond the realm of wildest imagination

May-June 2019, 67(8):205-205
  - 2,881 26
PHOTOGRAPH 9
Every human being has infinite capabilities: The limits are only self-imposed and determined by one's thoughts

May-June 2019, 67(8):212-212
DOI:10.4103/0028-3886.259138  
  - 2,331 32
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