How does space travel effect your body? ๐Ÿง‘โ€๐Ÿš€ #shorts


Like every other living creature we know of, humans evolved at the bottom of a gravity well. We take the Earth’s tug for granted, and so do our bodies. So it’s not surprising that our bodies behave oddly in orbit. What is surprising is that humans turn out to adapt remarkably well to zero-g (more precisely, microgravity).

๐ŸŽฅ ESA – European Space Agency


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  1. "Being confined in a small space" isn't good for surface-bound humans either. I wonder if having much larger space vessels would help – if spacefarers were 'parkouring' around?

  2. Astronauts are heroes to the sacrifice they do for a better life and treatments for people on Earth risking their life in Space. Even those on the grounds who prevent those in Space to have problems by controlling step by step their missions, and engineers controlling the flightโ€™s materials as rockets. Thatโ€™s a chain of solidarity in workโ€ฆ

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