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NASA's Study on long term space missions

NASA's Study on long term space missions

NASA conducted a study to assess the biological effects that long term space exploration can have on humans. 

The study was done on a pair of twin astronauts, one on earth as a control and the other after a 1 year long space mission.


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A medical student who is interested in the comings and goings of the universe.

Deep space exploration is something which scientists have been aiming for, for a long time. However, among many other technical limitations and complications, biological limitations are also a factor.

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