the branch of aviation medicine dealing with the effects on humans of flying outside the earth’s atmosphere.
space medicine
the branch of medicine concerned with the effects on man of flight outside the earth’s atmosphere Compare aviation medicine

space medicine n.
The medical science that is concerned with the biological, physiological, and psychological effects of space flight on humans.


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