Space Travel Changes Shape Of Brain
A NASA-funded study shows that space travel can significantly affect the shape of the brain. Astronauts' gray matter volume fluctuates in different parts of the brain after spaceflight.
Astronauts Are More Likely To Have Eye Problems Due To Too Much Space Travel
The backs of the eyeballs of astronauts are starting to flatten especially when they have too much space travels. Their vision goes blurry, their optic nerves become inflamed, and the damage can last long after they return to Earth.
Are Aliens Threatening Humans? Mysterious Knocking On Space Capsule Experienced By China’s First Astronaut
With The Various On Going Space Exploration Missions, Could It Be That Astronauts May Have Discovered Something In The Least Way They Have Imagined It? Could Aliens Be Just Lurking Around The Space?
Eye Problem Affects Most Astronauts On Long Space Missions
Most astronauts complain about visual problems after an extended time on the International Space Station. This has been reported by nearly two-thirds of astronauts. Researchers say they have found the root cause.
The Poop Genius: NASA’s Quest For The Most Promising Suit For Waste Management Has Officially Started
NASA Has Officially Started Their Hunt For The Appropriate Spacesuit That Can Be Used For Waste Management In Space, Does This Imply That Current Astronauts Are Not Hygienic?
The Lighter Side Of Astronauts: Celebrating The Thanksgiving Season The Astronaut’s Way, Here’s How
Astronauts Never Forget The Spirit Of Thanksgiving As They Are Found To Have Been Celebrating It From Space, But How Are They Doing it? The Details, Finally Revealed
Astronaut Kate Rubins Returns To Earth Safely After 115-Day Mission
Three astronauts return to Earth after 115 days on board the International Space Station Expedition.
Drinking Recycled Urine Is Fine, Says British Astronaut
Tim Peake has recently met with fans at the Glasgow Science Center where he talked about the toilet facilities of the International Space Station, among other things. He said that drinking recycled urine tastes absolutely fine and the condition in which he lived in was an “amazing” experience.
Mars Mission Might Leave Astronauts Severely Brain-Damaged, New Research Finds
New research found that the journey to Mars will have perilous consequences to astronauts. Being exposed to harmful cosmic rays will cause serious long-term brain damage that will result in dementia and cognitive impairment.
NASA To Research Health Effects Of Living In Space For A Long Time; Astronauts Mark And Scott Kelly Volunteer To Participate In The Study
NASA tries to study and discover long-term health effects on astronauts for living in space. Twins Mark and Scott Kelly happily volunteers to be part of the research.
Religion Enters Outer Space Realm; Cosmonauts And Religious Beliefs
Beliefs and religions are always synonymous with human culture, and wherever and whenever there are humans, there will always be beliefs and religion. With this, astronauts and cosmonauts are attempting to break the boundaries of Earth's confines as they spread the word of God throughout the universe.
NASA News: Group Finishes Training For Life On Mars After A Year Of Isolation
The isolation simulation has ended and scientists have stepped out of the dome in Hawaii to join civilization once again after a year long training session to condition themselves for life on Mars.
NASA Is Recruiting Astronauts
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration have opened its grounds for recruitment for the next generation of astronauts to be deployed to the ISS as well as missions to Mars.
People Able To Live In Space For 15 Years
The ISS has already clocked up 15 years in outer space with people living and working there ever since it began to orbit Earth's atmosphere.