NASA-STD-3000, the Man-System Integration Standards has been superseded and is no longer being maintained. The NASA-STD-3000 standard remains available here as ongoing contracts such as the ISS Boeing Contract and NASA SSP 50005 were based on the NASA-STD-3000 standard. If you have suggested updates, please address how these can be updated in the replacement documents.
For current requirements and design guidance, please go to the replacement documents:
• NASA-STD-3001 Space Flight Human-System Standard Volumes 1 (Crew Health)
• NASA-STD-3001 Space Flight Human-System Standard Volumes 2 (Human Factors, Habitability and Environmental Health) and
• NASA/SP-2010-3407 the Human Integration Design Handbook (HIDH)
The replacement documents are baselined and publically available and can be found at the following link: https://www.nasa.gov/hhp/standards
Revision B, July 1995
The NASA-STD-3000 was created to provide a single, comprehensive document defining all generic requirements for space facilities and related equipment which directly interface with crewmembers.
This document provides specific user information to ensure proper integration of
human-system interface requirements with those of other aerospace disciplines.
Video images from relevant space missions are also provided to illustrate human
factors design concerns.
See Volume I - Man-Systems Integration Standards
to view the design standards.
See Volume II - Appendices to
view background information relating to the standards.
See Videos from Skylab.