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How much is on Mars? NASA report: may be sterile

via:博客园     time:2015/11/18 10:00:21     readed:1180

上火星风险有多大?NASA上火星风险有多大?NASA 报告:可能会不育

The film "Mars rescue" stills, 25 this month, was released in China

According to the Beijing News reported that the Hollywood blockbuster "Mars rescue" the first time to visit the Mars adventure to the world, the U.S. space agency has been warned in a recent internal report, we must face the problem of health risks, especially the astronauts landing on mars.

Just a month ago, American NASA announced the Mars program, and has been actively launched. 6 NASA announced this month to start recruiting a new batch of astronauts, this group of newly recruited members may have a chance

But the first one to go to Mars

Media recently revealed that the former NASA shortly after an internal report for the astronauts to perform the tasks facing the health risks, in particular the 2030 human landing on Mars mission to focus on assessment, and gives a warning.

Assessment results show that the planned 3 years of the Mars mission may cause health risks, there is space radiation caused by cancer, central nervous system damage, cataracts, infertility, extreme loneliness lead to psychological problems, long time weightlessness induced osteoporosis, muscle atrophy, vision loss, etc..

The assessment report also raised the issue of medical and food shortages, while food shortages could also lead to weight loss and malnutrition.

In addition, the report notes that the first astronaut to go to Mars may have to bear a greater health risks than those after. At present, there are not many research institutions that can control the health risks of these units, NASA needs to strengthen the construction of the expert team in this field.

For all these conclusions of the health assessment, the U.S. space agency said it was approved. Paul, chief investigator of the U.S.

So far, no one has been in space for more than 7 months. In fact, with the astronauts in deep space missions of the time is getting longer and longer, the astronauts' health problems have continued to receive medical attention.

Back in the 50's in the last century, the Gagarin pioneer era, there is a psychological doctor predicted that the long-term isolation in space has the potential to lead to suicide and the astronauts have a tendency to destroy, fortunately, this case did not happen.

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