Wikipedia writes to say
Exposures on the ISS average 150 mSv per year, although frequent crew rotations minimize individual risk
I assume here the crew aboard the space-station receive more radiation during their stint than they would on Terra Firma over a year.
Random synapses firing ...
- As compared to UV exposure on Earth' surface, how much more UV does a crew-member aboard ISS receive during the typical course of an expedition?
- If the answer to the above is noticeably larger, would it translate to a visible tan on crew at debark as compared to the same crew at embarkation?
- What about non-ISS expeditions?
- Does the ISS medical inventory include a sun-tan/sunscreen lotion/cream?
- How much of it is ferried in a typical resupply mission?