University’s research breakthrough may help NASA get to Mars
Scientists at the University of Birmingham have welcomed a delegation from NASA who are working to overcome some of the stumbling blocks to sending astronauts to Mars.
Microgravity, which causes astronauts to float in space, can have significant physiological effects on the body and can lead to pressure on the brain that can cause visual impairment.
Mars is 140 times further from Earth than the moon is and astronauts would spend months in microgravity travelling to and from the planet.
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