New research has shown that those going to long missions to destinations such as the Red Planet could find out about the disease appearing in their protective systems. The disease is a temporary virus, but skippers could see marks developing through longer space trips. The study, which was published in Frontiers in Microbiology, revealed that more than half of the crew are on board Shuttle Space and the International Space Station are moving inactivated skin diseases.
Dr Satish Mehta, Space Johnson's KBR Wyle chief executive, said: “NASA's astronauts stand weeks or even months to display a microgravity and cosmic radiation – without mentioning the G-forces that never went and t to go back in. t
“This physical challenge is exacerbated by the more expert known as social segregation, negotiation and sleep-change.” T
Dr Mehta said: “So far, 89 out of 89 astronauts had short trips to travel quickly, and 14 out of 23 on longer trips to ISS, which virus virus sent in the salt samples. T or Urine.
“These times – apart from the measure – of viral stabilization are considerably higher than in samples from previous or post flight, or from healthy controls.
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“Only six astronauts grew any symptoms as a result of viral revival. ”
Four of the eight human herpes viruses were discovered.
The type of virus will live in a host group for their other life.
Viruses include chicken, shingle and, in particular, carnivores and genetics.
Dr Mehta said that developing the causes against viruses is a real priority and vital to the success of deep space initiatives.
Only a small proportion of astronauts develop signals but virus recovery rates are growing through space light.
The epidemic of a genital disease is a sexually transmitted disease passed through blood, grain and mouth disease.
Signs include small bulbs exploding to red, open vessels, grip or hold around genes or pain when using the toilet.