Researchers in eight states and the District of Columbia will study the effects of space radiation on tissues and cells, at a specialized facility at the Brookhaven National Laboratory under new grants funded by NASA. With crews spending more time on the International Space Station, and space radiation long identified as the limiting factor on human space exploration beyond low Earth orbit, NASA has used the Upton, N.Y., facility—known as the NASA Space Radiation Laboratory—to simulate ...
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