NASA Urged To Assess Astronaut Risks On Planetary Surfaces

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—NASA needs to reassess certain health risks to astronauts on long-duration space missions—particularly those exploring planetary bodies, according to a National Academies of Sciences (NAS) panel. Some of the greatest concern expressed by the independent NAS panel of 11 health professionals...

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