NASA Has Not Turned Its Back On Artificial Gravity

NASA is still considering ways to provide astronauts with artificial gravity.
Credit: NASA
NASA has not given up on the idea of creating artificial gravity for astronauts on long-duration space missions despite the many technical challenges associated with it, according to the agency’s space operations chief. Missions to Mars spanning two to three years pose a long-recognized challenge...

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