HOUSTON—Faced with the currently projected end of International Space Station operations in 2024, NASA must do better at focusing its research assets and funding on the health risks astronauts will face if they are to live, work and explore beyond low Earth orbit for months to years at a time, an assessment from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine ...

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