Why Am I Taller?

by Dr. Dave Williams
Why Am I Taller?
  • ISBN-13: 9781770415966
  • Author(s): Dr. Dave Williams
  • Subject: Astronomy, space & time
  • Publisher: Ecw Press
  • Imprint: Ecw Press
  • Publication Date: 03-11-2022
  • Format: p/b

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Is the human body built for Mars? NASA's studies on the International Space Station show we need to fix a few things before sending people to the Red Planet. Astronauts go into space with good vision and come back needing eyeglasses. Cognition and DNA expression could be affected for years. And then there's the discomfort of living in a tight space with crewmates, depression, and isolation. Space doctors are on the case. You'll meet the first twin to spend a year in space, the woman who racked up three physically challenging spacewalks in between 320 days of confinement, and the cosmonaut who was temporarily stranded on space station Mir while the Soviet Union broke up underneath him. What are we learning about the human body? As astronauts target moon missions and eventual landings on Mars, one of the major questions is how the human body will behave in 'partial gravity.' How does the human body change on another world, as opposed to floating freely in microgravity? What can studies
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Is the human body built for Mars? NASA's studies on the International Space Station show we need to fix a few things before sending people to the Red Planet. Astronauts go into space with good vision and come back needing eyeglasses. Cognition and DNA expression could be affected for years. And then there's the discomfort of living in a tight space with crewmates, depression, and isolation. Space doctors are on the case. You'll meet the first twin to spend a year in space, the woman who racked up three physically challenging spacewalks in between 320 days of confinement, and the cosmonaut who was temporarily stranded on space station Mir while the Soviet Union broke up underneath him. What are we learning about the human body? As astronauts target moon missions and eventual landings on Mars, one of the major questions is how the human body will behave in 'partial gravity.' How does the human body change on another world, as opposed to floating freely in microgravity? What can studies