According to New Reports, NASA and SpaceX both are planning to send astronauts to Mars. But sending astronauts leads to extremely hazardous to human health. Because living long-term on its surface is beyond the capacity of our bodies to survive.
The race to reach the Red Planet can’t be won with either’s current technology, regardless of their spending or commitment. Technology still has a long way to go to protect humans from deep space radiation.
According to the new study, astronauts who conducted the missions only within the grasp of the Earth’s magnetosphere were significantly safer than those who have traveled beyond the area. Its Earth’s magnetic field, which protects Astronauts from harsh radiation.
A syndrome called “Visual impairment intracranial pressure’ or ‘VIIP’, was reported in nearly two-thirds of astronauts the international Space Station.
How The Study Worked Out?
First of all, the researchers carried out MRI Brain scans before and shortly after space flights for seven long-duration mission ISS astronauts. Then, results were compared with those from nine short-duration mission astronauts who flew on the NASA’s retired space shuttle.
The team used advanced imaging algorithms to pinpoint any correlation between changes in volumes of fluid around the brain and spinal cord, and eye structure