HOUSTON — NASA’s Human Research Program and the agency-funded National Space Biomedical Research Institute will distribute $17 million among 16 U. S. institutions to fund 26 investigations into health concerns associated with future human deep space exploration missions. The research will focus on problems that range from the recently recognized vision impairments experienced by some astronauts on long-duration missions aboard the International Space Station (ISS), to more ...

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