Scientists are looking for women ages 24 to 55 who are ready to stay in bed for 60 days to see how weightless the human body is – and they're ready to pay you 16,500 euros (about 18,522 USD) numbers. When astronauts are in space, weightlessness caused by weightlessness can cause changes in the human body that can eventually cause bones and muscles to collapse and move liquid onto a person's head NASA.
Scientists at the German Aerospace Center were commissioned by the European Space Agency and NASA to conduct a study on how they can counteract the effects of weightlessness. Instead of swimming around in a weightless environment, participants instead stay in bed simulating the effects of weightlessness.
The goal is to figure out how to counteract the effects of a weightless atmosphere on the human body, according to International Scientists. The space station does not have to spend as much time exercising during the day.
Each participant will have their own room and perform all activities, including showering, eating and going to the toilet while lying down. Meals are curated by a team of nutritionists.
In addition to being a healthy woman between the ages of 24 and 55 who is willing to stay in bed for two months, the study has only one final requirement: you need to be able to speak German.