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Question 1: ________ can cause both short and long term consequences to the bone marrow stem cells which create the blood and immune systems.
Gamma rayRadiationRadioactive decayIonizing radiation

Question 2: Historically, the following spacecraft and ________ have also been used for human spaceflight launches:
Cape Canaveral Air Force StationSpaceportVandenberg Air Force BaseKennedy Space Center

Question 3: The furthest destination for a human spaceflight mission has been the Moon, and as of 2008 the only missions to the Moon have been those conducted by NASA as part of the ________.
Apollo programSpace RaceConstellation programSpace Shuttle

Question 4: Currently the following ________ and spaceports are used for launching human spaceflights:
Space explorationSpace ShuttleSpacecraftSpace Race

Question 5: Some of the problems are a weakened ________ and the activation of dormant viruses in the body.
Adaptive immune systemLymphatic systemToll-like receptorImmune system

Question 6: ________ space station—Baikonur Cosmodrome
International Space StationAlmazMirSalyut program

Question 7: The Soviet Union discontinued its program for lunar orbiting and landing of human spaceflight missions on June 24, 1974 when Valentin Glushko became General Designer of ________.
S.P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation EnergiaSoyuz 1Soyuz 7K-L1Soyuz (spacecraft)

Question 8: The first Moon landing mission was ________, during which—on July 20, 1969—Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first people to set foot on the Moon.
Apollo programApollo 8Apollo 11Apollo 13

Question 9: Human spaceflight is ________ with a human crew and possibly passengers.
Non-rocket spacelaunchPrivate spaceflightSpaceflightSpace exploration

Question 10: Shenzhou spacecraft with ________Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center
Long March 5Long March (rocket family)Long March 2FLong March 2 (rocket family)
















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