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NASA study shows that weightlessness affects the blood flow of astronauts

When people come to visit distant worlds, including Mars, it is important to understand the effects of longer space travel on the mental and physical health of astronauts. Some effects, such as the loss of muscle mass and brittle bones that occur when the astronauts are not under gravity, are known. However, there are other unknown adverse effects of microgravity …

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Spacewalk today: Astronauts of the International Space Station undertake one of the most complex spacewalks of all time

Two astronauts ventured in front of the International Space Station on Friday for the first of four spacewalks to repair a $ 2 billion cosmic ray detector for the composition of the universe. "We will do an open-heart surgery on this amazing experiment," said Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano, the current Space Station commander. The 7.5-ton patient in this case is …

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Without alternative, NASA spent nearly $ 4 billion to fly astronauts aboard the Russian Soyuz to the ISS and "overpay" Boeing for no reason

US space researchers have put together exactly how much money they have spent on the purchase of "seats" for Soyuz vehicles, as their partners SpaceX and "overpaid" Boeing have not met the deadlines for NASA's manned space programs. Over the past two decades, NASA spent $ 3.9 billion on transporting 70 astronauts to and from the International Space Station (ISS) …

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Kelly Clarkson has just called 2 NASA astronauts in space. Here's what they said (video)

NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch talked with singer and talk show presenter Kelly Clarkson of the International Space Station today (November 14), discussing everything from spacewalk, self-sufficiency, to lunar walk in chat, the In Clarkson's talk show, the "American Idol" winner exclaimed, "Look how cute they are, they're in space! Technically, they're aliens because they're in space," before …

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Astronauts get blood clots, bizarre blood flow

According to a shocking report by NASA scientists, blood flow in the upper bodies of astronauts can come to a standstill and even reverse. The study could have some important implications for longer space travel, as we still try The study examined periodic ultrasound scans of 11 healthy astronauts who occupied the International Space Station. The results were alarming: blood …

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ISS astronauts could soon enjoy freshly baked biscuits

ISS astronauts can bake biscuits in space with a Zero-G oven (source: Hilton Doubletree). Unlike early space travelers, who had to consume mysterious powders, purees, and freeze-dried cubes, today's astronauts enjoy a variety of freeze-dried meals, snacks, and desserts that are commonly found on Earth. As delicious as the Kitchen is, so pale is it in the comparison with a …

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Human heart cells beat differently in weightlessness, which can be beneficial for astronauts

A new study shows how microgravity alters human heart muscle cells in space and helps astronauts prepare better for long-term missions to Mars and beyond. It is known that spaceflight the human body in a variety of ways. This includes physiological changes in cardiac function, such as As reduced heart rate, decreased arterial pressure and increased cardiac output. Using stem …

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That's why NASA wants astronauts to bake cookies in space

"Biscuits in Space" may sound like the name of the new flavor of Ben and Jerry, but in fact is a new space cooking experiment conducted by the National Aerospace Agency (NASA). Cargo on Saturday Launched in Virginia, the aircraft contained a space oven formerly known as the "Zero-G oven," as well as baking ingredients. This is the first step …

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