Yujileds® – International Space Station project landed, a milestone in lighting technology
After a year of theoretical verification, technology research and development, and product experiments, we and SAGA are extremely excited to announce the official landing of the International Space Station lighting project “Space Lamp”, and this summer with SpaceX’s Crew Dragon stationed on the International Space Station, and fully participate in many topics that study the relationship between the space lighting environment and human health.
This space lamp will be installed in the sleep capsule of ESA astronaut and Crew-7 Pilot Andreas Mogensen as a long-term scientific research project to explore the impact of various lighting environments on astronauts’ sleep and improve their abilities. Before this, when NASA monitored the sleep of resident astronauts on the International Space Station, it found that astronauts slept for less than the standard, and most astronauts needed drugs to fall asleep. Obviously, the lighting conditions of the space station in the past affected the smooth sleep of astronauts.
At the same time, this space lamp has passed several tests by NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) under harsh conditions such as long-term excess overload and a variety of cosmic radiation exposure, which means that the craftsmanship level and product quality of the space lamp is fully qualified for normal work under various unexpected conditions in space exploration.
This space lamp is exclusively developed for the project, based on the complex 7-channel LED module design, integrated Yujileds® sunlight simulation technology, circadian rhythm lighting technology, and tunable lighting technology, to achieve 99% natural light similarity, 30% higher than ordinary lighting products human circadian rhythm effect and physiological mood effect, we believe that this space lamp technology represents the world’s advanced lighting technology and concept so far, And we wish it to provide an extraordinary lighting experience for astronauts in the process of exploring the universe during its service years.
See the following articles for the various technologies involved in this project: