Saturday, 24 May 2014

NASA unveils new home for space rats

Attention space rats and astromice, NASA is sending new, posher rodent habitats to the International Space Station (ISS). The high-tech cages will first will fly in August aboard an unmanned SpaceX Dragon cargo ship and are part of an extensive study on the effects of weightlessness on prolonged space voyages... Continue Reading NASA unveils new home for space rats

Section: Space

Tags: Astronauts, Gravity, International Space Station, NASA, Space Shuttle, Spacecraft,Transport

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