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Mission to Mars could cause learning impairment and anxiety, study says – KFOR Oklahoma City

Mission to Mars could cause learning impairment and anxiety, study says  KFOR Oklahoma City On a long-term spaceflight mission to Mars, astronauts will be continuously exposed to low-dose radiation in deep space. A new study found that this exposure … “twins research” – Google News

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Study: Mission To Mars Could Cause Learning Impairment And Anxiety – CBS Detroit

Study: Mission To Mars Could Cause Learning Impairment And Anxiety  CBS Detroit (CNN) — On a long-term spaceflight mission to Mars, astronauts will be continuously exposed to low-dose radiation in deep space. A new study found that this … “twins research” – Google News

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San Diego Researchers Are Contributing To A Human Spaceflight Mission To Mars – KPBS

San Diego Researchers Are Contributing To A Human Spaceflight Mission To Mars  KPBS The scientific research coming from places like UC San Diego could add to the wealth of knowledge spacefarers need to safely get to other planets. “twins research” – Google News

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NASA’s Landmark Twins Study May Pave The Way For A Mars Mission – DOGOnews

NASA’s Landmark Twins Study May Pave The Way For A Mars Mission  DOGOnews Given that even a six month stint at the International Space Station (ISS) causes astronauts to lose bone density and, in some cases, results in visual impairment, … “twins research” – Google News

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NASA Mars mission: Pioneering astronaut study proves long-term space travel IS safe – Express.co.uk

NASA Mars mission: Pioneering astronaut study proves long-term space travel IS safe  Express.co.uk NASA has published a landmark study showing the long-term effects of space travel – and the results are good news for proposed manned Mars missions. “twins research” – Google News

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NASA Twins Study Scientist: Results Look Promising for Mars Mission, But Many Questions Still Remain – R & D Magazine

NASA Twins Study Scientist: Results Look Promising for Mars Mission, But Many Questions Still Remain  R & D Magazine An exclusive interview with NASA Twins Study principal investigator Christopher Mason, PhD. “twins research” – Google News

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Good signs for Mars mission Twin astronauts study finds no serious concerns for long spaceflight – watertowndailytimes.com

Good signs for Mars mission Twin astronauts study finds no serious concerns for long spaceflight  watertowndailytimes.com Long-duration spaceflight does weird things to the human body, even at the molecular level, but so far there’s no reason to think humans couldn’t survive a … “twins research” – Google News

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How 1-Year Space Mission Affected Astronaut Twin Scott Kelly: Early Results – Space.com

Space.com How 1-Year Space Mission Affected Astronaut Twin Scott Kelly: Early ResultsSpace.comMultiple research teams are working to suss out those changes, as part of the NASA Twins Study. And the early results — which scientists detailed last week at the NASA Human Research Program's annual "Investigators' Workshop" in Galveston, Texas …Twin brothers. One went into space. […]

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How 1-Year Space Mission Affected Astronaut Twin Scott Kelly: Early Results – Space.com

Space.com How 1-Year Space Mission Affected Astronaut Twin Scott Kelly: Early ResultsSpace.comMultiple research teams are working to suss out those changes, as part of the NASA Twins Study. And the early results — which scientists detailed last week at the NASA Human Research Program's annual "Investigators' Workshop" in Galveston, Texas …Twin brothers. One went into space. […]

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How 1-Year Space Mission Affected Astronaut Twin Scott Kelly: Early Results – Space.com

Space.com How 1-Year Space Mission Affected Astronaut Twin Scott Kelly: Early ResultsSpace.comMultiple research teams are working to suss out those changes, as part of the NASA Twins Study. And the early results — which scientists detailed last week at the NASA Human Research Program's annual "Investigators' Workshop" in Galveston, Texas …Twin brothers. One went into space. […]

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