Rodent Study Points To Cause Of Astronaut Vision Concern

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—Recently published findings from a 2016 U.S./Japanese rodent experiment carried out aboard the International Space Station (ISS) suggest oxidative stress in eye tissue induced by microgravity could be responsible for the vision changes experienced by astronauts on lengthy missions...

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