Tuesday, 10 March 2015

SS astronauts use airlock to test lungs

The airlock of the International Space Station (ISS) was turned into a laboratory last week. In a station with as much space as a 747, that may seem a bit odd, but its purpose was part of a study of the lungs of space travelers by monitoring the effects of one the astronauts most surprising hazards: dust. .. Continue Reading ISS astronauts use airlock to test lungs

Section: Space

Tags: Astronauts, ESA, High Altitude, International Space Station, Karolinska Institutet,NASA, Space Travel, Sweden

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