Sizing Up Artificial Gravity For Deep Space

Credit: ISS: NASA
HOUSTON—Artificial gravity (AG), embraced for decades by science fiction writers as a given for human space travel, hovers like an enigma over real-life U.S. ambitions of returning to the Moon before pressing on to Mars and beyond. Research from the International Space Station (ISS) and previous...

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