With mankind making advancements in space technology and a trip to mars in our future, scientists need to take into account that journeys thought space certainly aren’t easy. If we’re going to make it to mars, some advancements need to be made
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6. You Might Lose Your Lunch
If you thought motion sickness was bad down on planet earth, imagine thrusting ino earth’s atmosphere at a rate of 0 to 18,000 miles per hour in 60 minutes. That’s gotta be a little upsetting to the stomach. Many astronauts claim they won’t even bother trying to eat right before take off because they know it’ll probably come back out. In the age of space tourism, where civilians get the chance to be an astronaut for a hefty price, this has become a serious issue. Many companies would like to train their clients about how handle themselves before the flight. You really don’t want to be this guy here who clearly is a lightweight and can’t handle his G forces.
5. Partial Blindness?
Humans have really only ventured off into space for the past 50 years or so and it may take some time before we’re able to fully realize all the effects of this type of travel. Recent research would indicate that partial blindness can occur during longer periods out in final frontier. Those astronauts tend to have a higher volume of spinal fluid compared to those who aren’t floating around too long. This is typically a fluid that will help you out in the long run but too much of it will cause some problems. During times minimized gravity, the spinal fluid will build up around the eyes and disturb the optic nerves which connect your eyes to your brain. The first side effects are noticed in the retina where the shape is altered, then the optic nerve gets inflamed which will actually cause the eye to wrinkle. Some real cases of this has been reported back to nasa from astronauts who have spent more than 6 months. Their vision never fully recovered. This isn’t the only sense that is affected either.
4. Taste in Space
During the 1960’s missions to space, astronauts realized rather quickly that they just couldn’t quite taste as good as they had back on the 3rd rock from the sun. Eating certainly helps boost morale and being well fed during important missions is crucial. Why does this happen? Again, since the fluids in our body aren’t properly distributed and shifting more often, when their face begins to become puffy, it blocks their nasal passages and reduces their sense of smell too. We’ve all tried eating things when our nose is stuffy and it doesn’t always work out. Even after this wears off a little bit, astronauts still tend to request larger amounts of hot sauce or other condiments to their food because it just doesn't taste right.
3. You Can’t Cry
Are you starting to feel a little bit sad because you’re so far away from Earth? Are you going cry about it? Well too bad you, can’t! Even though your eyes are still capable of producing tears, no one is going to see that tear drop in space because there’s still no gravity! Tears will come in the form a ball of fluid around your eye until you wipe it out. Sad story but it’s true.
2. Coordination is Gone
You might be slightly uncoordinated on Earth but you would do just fine in outer space with no gravity. The only problem is, that you go without using the part of your mind that controls coordination for so long, walking on earth again will probably become a problem. Readjusting to life as an earthling is no easy task and you no longer just get to float around everywhere you want to go. It might also be easy to forget that anything you place down for just a second is going float right back up and probably all over the space shuttle. Many astronauts report feeling just fine during the mission but the trip back home was always rough. Your inner ear which keeps you well-balanced is essentially shut off and it needs to reminded how to balance your body once it’s back on earth. Your mind must relearn what it’s like to live in a world with gravity.
You Might See Aliens
The government agency who could actually know the most about alien of life would of course be nasa. They’re always out in space and they have to be cautious about releasing the truth to the public, because some people wouldn’t be able to handle it! Even buzz aldrin, one of our most famous astronauts have claimed to see some mysterious orbs of light following them outside their spaceship. He claimed to have seen a suspicious object and it appeared to be following their spacecraft for 3 days. He stated that it was clearly not a rocket booster and didn’t want to tell command in Houston because he was worried they would tell him to turn back.There’s most likely more that he’s not willing to admit just yet it seems.
You are wrong , i base my remark after analyzing scientifically all the observation other did and came to conclusion that space beyond the thermosphere is deadly , need heavy protection ( 3 feets + of lead ) , the anomaly and absurdity in the video from iss ( no star ), by the way earth is a globe
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