Why the Human Body Isn’t Ready to go to Mars Yet


Technologically we may be close to sending astronauts to Mars, but is the human body ready for it? Dr. Camille Alleyne from the International Space Station Program describes how the six to eight month trip to Mars could cause vision impairment, muscle atrophy, and bone density loss, and she explains how scientists plan to counteract those issues.

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