U.S. researchers are reaching beyond traditional agency-to-agency channels to obtain access to the range of medical and behavioral data coming from Russia’s 520-day Mars mission simulation through cooperative agreements that could help the two spacefaring pioneers and others prepare for future deep-space expeditions. The Moscow-based simulation, organized by Russia’s Institute for Biomedical Problems (IBMP) with significant participation by the European Space Agency, will reach the ...
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