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New research shows the proportions of microorganisms and fungi taken from the International Space Station.

There Are Fungi All Over the Space Station, and Now We Know What They Are | Space

NASA proved that its Rodent Habitat provides the capability to conduct significant long-duration biological research studies on the ISS. Rodents deployed for the space experiment even learned to defy microgravity.NASA proved that its Rodent Habitat provides the capability to conduct significant long-duration biological research studies on the ISS. Rodents deployed for the space experiment even learned to defy microgravity.

Video Shows How Mice React To Microgravity While Aboard International Space Station | Tech Times

Findings from the study will help make decisions about long-term missions to the Moon & Mars.Findings from the study will help make decisions about long-term missions to the Moon & Mars.

NASA's Twins Study reveals genetic implications of long-term space travel- Technology News, Firstpost

The data demonstrated on the molecular level the resilience and robustness of how one human body adapted to the spaceflight environment.The data demonstrated on the molecular level the resilience and robustness of how one human body adapted to the spaceflight environment.

NASA Twins Study Provides New Insight Into How Space Travel Affects Human Health

The data demonstrated on the molecular level the resilience and robustness of how one human body adapted to the spaceflight environment.

NASA Twins Study Provides New Insight Into How Space Travel Affects Human Health

“So. NASA’s Space/Time experiment involving identical twins. How you can help name the mini-planet found in our Solar System. Oh, and we’re also talking telly with @MikeWardOnTV Join us @talkRADIO from 1am!”

Paul Ross on Twitter: "So. NASA’s Space/Time experiment involving identical twins. How you can help name the mini-planet found in our Solar System. Oh, and we’re also talking telly with @MikeWardOnTV Join us @talkRADIO from 1am!… https://t.co/fyaW6kKAOF"

“Spending time in space causes subtle physiological changes, Nasa twins study finds https://t.co/0oJxai6PPp”

John Breslin on Twitter: "Spending time in space causes subtle physiological changes, Nasa twins study finds https://t.co/0oJxai6PPp"

“Fascinating new NASA study on the bodies of twin brothers, Mark and Scott Kelly, while Scott was up in space. We change in all kinds of ways we didn't realize—and a journey to Mars will be really hard. @jason_pontin https://t.co/TmD2mebzMB”

Nicholas Thompson on Twitter: "Fascinating new NASA study on the bodies of twin brothers, Mark and Scott Kelly, while Scott was up in space. We change in all kinds of ways we didn't realize—and a journey to Mars will be really hard. @jason_pontin https://t.co/TmD2mebzMB"

“NASA’s Landmark Twins Study Reveals Resilience of Human Body in Space https://t.co/1tXSGkS5t4”

Nayef Al-Rodhan on Twitter: "NASA’s Landmark Twins Study Reveals Resilience of Human Body in Space https://t.co/1tXSGkS5t4"

COLORADO SPRINGS (USA) — An American astronaut experienced multiple biological changes in space but returned to normal — with some exceptions — after coming back to Earth, according to a study involving twin brothers that shed light on how space flight affects the human body.

Oh, brother! NASA twins study shows how space changes the human body

The exhaustive study seeks to reassure astronauts, scientists and researchers of the risks of extended spaceflight.The exhaustive study seeks to reassure astronauts, scientists and researchers of the risks of extended spaceflight.

Heading to Mars: New NASA Study Notes Gene Mods, Changes in Microbes - Sputnik International

The exhaustive study seeks to reassure astronauts, scientists and researchers of the risks of extended spaceflight.The exhaustive study seeks to reassure astronauts, scientists and researchers of the risks of extended spaceflight.

Heading to Mars: New NASA Study Notes Gene Mods, Changes in Microbes - Sputnik International

By Shelly Fan Thanks to 18 years of humans continuously working on the International Space Station (ISS), we already have a basic idea of what happens to our Earth-grown bodies in zero gravity. Our hearts morph in shape, lowering the amount of oxygen the blood can absorb and carry. Our bones and

What NASA twins tell us about how space travel affects human health – Alternet.org

Houston, we have a problem. It’s about ageing. In less than one week we’ve had London’s premier visitor attraction, Tate Modern, announcing that its forthcoming “anti-ageing” festival will include a chance for pensioners to enjoy the high-risk art of parkour, while, across the Pond, Nasa scientistsHouston, we have a problem. It’s about ageing. In less than one week we’ve had London’s premier visitor attraction, Tate Modern, announcing that its forthcoming “anti-ageing” festival will include...

Kevin Maher: Space tourism is going to be great for our health — but there’s a small catch | Times2 | The Times

A recent study is answering the question as to what happens to a human’s body when subjected to a year in space, faced with confinement, isolation and several other unique, strenuous circumstances. This question is becoming more relevant as NASA and private companies look to putting human’s back on the moon and, eventually, to Mars.A recent study is answering the question as to what happens to a human’s body when subjected to a year in space, faced with confinement, isolation and several other unique, strenuous circumstances. This question is becoming more relevant as NASA and private companies look to putting human’s back on the moon and, eventually, to Mars.

NASA's 'Twins Study' reveals what effects spaceflight has on humans | KSNV

Spending 340 days aboard the International Space Station between 2015 and 2016 caused changes in astronaut ...

Nasa twin study: Mark Scott spent 340 days aboard the International Space Station

The results showed that a long stay in space can cause changes in the human body. These were epigenetic changes — chemical “tweaks” to DNA that can influence gene activity, without affecting the underlying genetic code itself.The results showed that a long stay in space can cause changes in the human body. These were epigenetic changes — chemical “tweaks” to DNA that can influence gene activity, without affecting the underlying genetic code itself.

In twins, clues to how spaceflight affects body | Explained News, The Indian Express