Which sentence from Trip to Mars Could Damage Astronauts Brains best supports the answer to Part A? A. Particles zipping through space could be the wrong stuff for Mars astronauts. B. The study's authors now worry that astronauts could suffer similar effects on long missions outside Earth's protective atmosphere. C. "We weren't expecting such dramatic effects from these charged particles," says Limoli. D. Learning more about cosmic rays may help scientists create better ways to protect those astronauts.
A user writes down details from a report stored on a classified system marked as Secret and uses those details to draft an unclassified briefing on an unclassified system without authorization. What is the best choice to describe what has occurred?
How many potential insider threat indicators does a coworker who often makes others uneasy by being persistent in trying to obtain information about classified projects to which he has no access, is boisterous about his wife putting them in credit card debt, and often complains about anxiety and exhaustion display?