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Kenneth ("Ken") Money (born April 1, 1935 in Torontomarker, Canadamarker) is the Senior Scientist at the Defense and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine in Toronto. He has published over one hundred science articles and authored six different topics in the World Book Encyclopedia. Money attended North Toronto Collegiate Institutemarker for high school.

Some of his contributions in the scientific field include knowledge of the inner ear, motion sickness, disorientation, and biological effects of space flight. Some of Money’s interests include badminton, skiing, acrobatic flying, skydiving, fishing, and reading. In 1956, Money competed at the Olympic Games and placed fifth in the men's high jump event. In 1989, he won the U.S. masters badminton championship in Miamimarker, Florida.

Money was selected by the National Research Council of Canadamarker as an astronaut candidate in December 1983, but left the Canadian Astronaut Program in 1992. He acted as Spacelab Payload Operations Controller for a Spacelab mission in 1992.

During the same mission, Money served as the alternate astronaut, having the capability to fly if needed. He is credited with the invention of an experimental surgical operation called semicircular canal plugging, which is now being used in North America and Europe to treat particular types of dizzy spells. He is also working part time as a professor of physiology for the University of Torontomarker and regularly lectures to undergraduate classes.

In 1994, he was awarded the Meritorious Service Cross by the Governor General of Canada for his many contributions to science and technology.

Money is also a member of the volunteer Board of Governors of the National Space Society, a non-profit space advocacy group originally founded by Wernher von Braun.

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