In 2016, astronaut Scott Kelly returned to Earth after nearly a year on the International Space Station. But when he came back, he was 2 inches taller. So, what exactly happened up there, and what does that mean for the future of space travel? If you’re planning a trip to… Continue Reading What Happens To The Human Body In Space

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The effects of exposure to space differ greatly depending on which movie you’re watching. Some people freeze instantly… …some swell and their eyes pop out… …some simply suffocate… …and some outright explode… …but they’re all in the same ‘space’, so who’s getting it wrong? I’m Stu, this Debunked, and we’re… Continue Reading What Happens When Your Body Is Exposed To Space? Myths Debunked

Imagine a world where you have your own medical avatar, a sci-fi-like profile that’s made out of your real-time health data. After all, you can lift up your car hood and diagnose your engine, or open up a program on your computer to see why it’s not working properly. So,… Continue Reading Will Supercomputers Create Virtual Maps of Your Body in the Future?

Hey there and welcome to Life Noggin! For over 50 years, humans have been exploring space. In 1957, the Soviet Union launched the world’s first artificial satellite into space, called Sputnik 1. Since then, we’ve landed a man on the moon, created the International Space Station, and launched the Hubble… Continue Reading What Exactly Does Space Travel Do To Your Body?

Space: the final frontier, and for anyone unfortunate enough to be sucked out an airlock without a space suit, it will definitely be the fatal frontier. It’s an old Hollywood trope- humans inside a flimsy spacecraft have an accident of some type, and now the hull’s been breached and everyone… Continue Reading What Would Happen To Your Body In Space?

Translator: tom carter Reviewer: Bedirhan Cinar The universe contains about 100 billion galaxies. Each of those galaxies contains about 100 billion stars. Many of those stars have planets orbiting them. So how do we look for life in all that immensity? It’s like searching for a needle in trillions of… Continue Reading A needle in countless haystacks: Finding habitable worlds – Ariel Anbar

Some of the issues that are important if you want to have people in space for long periods of time. One is that people will tend to lose bone and muscle mass. We know this. If you have to put a cast on your leg, and you take the cast… Continue Reading Gravity and the human body – Jay Buckey