lunes, 1 de agosto de 2016
Florida State University Professor Michael Delp has identified a link between deep space radiation exposure and a high rate of mortality due to cardiovascular problems in astronauts who flew beyond low-Earth orbit (LEO) during the Apollo program. Research based on the discovery could be used to safeguard future astronauts undertaking the next phase of manned space exploration.
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