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Chernobyl fungus could protect astronauts from radiation on deep-space missions

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Chernobyl fungus could protect astronauts from radiation on deep-space missionsA type of fungus found at the site of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster was sent into space in a research project that aims to keep astronauts safe from radiation on deep space mission
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News video: Turns out, Chernobyl’s mold could protect astronauts in space!

Turns out, Chernobyl’s mold could protect astronauts in space! 02:04

Scientists found mold thriving inside of a reactor at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant... Here's why that's great news for the international space community!

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