Gap AEH 5: What are the permissible exposure limits for inhalation of lunar dust? (Closed)
Last Published:  07/31/18 09:30:04 AM (Central)
Responsible Element: Space Human Factors and Habitability (SHFH)
Status: Closed
Closure Rationale
LADTAG Report (finalized February 7, 2014) was accepted by NASA after evaluation by the Medical Policy Review Board and its peer review process. The recommended PEL was adopted in a revised NASA Standard 3001 Vol 2 Revision A in 2014.

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Description

Data collected from AEH Gaps 1and 2 will be analyzed to develop a time-based concentration exposure limit for airborne lunar dust. The standard will cover 6-month episodic exposures, but may include other time-based exposure limits (acute and chronic) contingent upon the availability of data.

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