How to get a good night’s sleep in space 😴 #shorts


Astronauts on the International Space Station do a full circle of Earth every 90 minutes and experience 16 sunsets and sunrises every day.

With this unearthly routine, astronauts can struggle to find a natural daily rhythm in space.

The Space Station follows Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), which helps keep a consistent schedule, along with regular wake-up and bedtime routines.

During his Huginn mission, our astronaut Andreas Mogensen will run two experiments focusing on sleeping in space with real world applications: Circadian Light and Sleep in Orbit.

📹 ESA – European Space Agency
📸 SAGA Space Architects


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