Station Astronauts Begin Studying Vision Issue
HOUSTON — Astronauts aboard the International Space Station this week kicked off a four-year study of vision problems that surfaced among crew members several years ago and now rank among the top health concerns facing fliers selected for future deep-space missions. Nineteen ISS astronauts have...
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