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LSDA and LSAH support the release of astronaut and flight analog research data, and clinical data, respectively, to support the research community. Both de-identified and possibly attributable (identifiable) astronaut data may be available for internal and external-to-NASA peer-reviewed research studies following a thorough review and approval process and NASA IRB approval. The length of time required to complete your request is based on the complexity of the request and volume of the data requested. Data Categories Data can be grouped into the following categories:Pooled: Individual data points are grouped. Typical pooled data is in the form of a mean and/or range. Many of these data from research studies are publicly available on this web site.De-identified: Data points remain individual, but any identifying information has been removed. Examples of fields that make data identifiable include mission length and gender. Sometimes a data field can be created broadly enough to maintain confidentiality (e.g., mission duration is not specified to a specific number of days, but rather a range of days). Requests for pooled or de-identified data with evidence of scientific merit review are the quickest to process. Nevertheless, since the data were taken in varied circumstances, it usually takes some iteration to determine the best way to provide the data to the researcher. Our staff will work with the researchers to refine their requests.Attributable (Identifiable): Individual data points with identifying information.