There’s never been a study like it before, and there probably never will be again. Starting in March 2015, astronaut Scott Kelly spent 340 days aboard the International Space Station. A team of.. WorldNews - Published
Scientists say they’ve measured and recorded what was once most likely the first-ever seismic tremor on Mars. In keeping with a information unlock, NASA’s InSight lander’s Seismic Experiment for.. The News Articles - Published
NASA performed a meticulous study to start figuring out what happens to our bodies if we live in space for long periods of time. For the study, NASA employed 50-year-old twin astronauts Scott and Mark..
· *Twin astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly participated in a groundbreaking NASA study to uncover the long-term effects of space on the human body.*
· *Over nearly a year, the twins took the same.. Business Insider - Published
Washington (AFP) April 11, 2019
A NASA study of a US astronaut who spent a year in space while his twin brother remained on Earth is providing valuable insights into the effects of extended.. Space Daily - Published
Ithaca NY (SPX) Apr 12, 2019
Long-term spaceflight causes more changes to gene expression than shorter trips, especially to the immune system and DNA repair systems, according to research by Weill.. Space Daily - Published
Washington DC (SPX) Apr 12, 2019
Results from NASA's landmark Twins Study, which took place from 2015-2016, were published Thursday in Science. The integrated paper - encompassing work from 10.. Space Daily - Published Also reported by •Eurasia Review •Science Daily
Chicago IL (SPX) Apr 12, 2019
Research from NASA's landmark Twins Study found that extended spaceflight affects the human gut microbiome. During his yearlong stay on the International Space Station.. Space Daily - Published Also reported by •Eurasia Review
From his eyes to his immune system, astronaut Scott Kelly's body sometimes reacted strangely to nearly a year in orbit, at least compared to his Earthbound identical twin brother. (April 12)
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Astronaut Scott Kelly made history in 2016 when he became the first American to spend 12 consecutive months in space after an epic 340-day stint on the International Space Station. FOXNews.com - Published
Watch VideoNASA says the latest results from its revolutionary Twins Study show humans can withstand long trips in space.
The study focuses on identical twins Scott and Mark Kelly. Scott returned.. Newsy - Published
During astronaut Scott Kelly's nearly year-long space flight on the International Space Station, NASA scientists measured physiological changes in him and his earthbound twin, Mark Kelly. NPR - Published
An American astronaut experienced multiple biological changes in space but returned to normal - with some exceptions - after coming back to Earth, according to a study involving twin brothers that shed.. RTE.ie - Published Also reported by •Reuters India •Reuters
NASA released the results from its Twins study on Thursday after studying the changes in astronaut Scott Kellys body while and after he spent 340 days aboard the International Space Station in orbit,.. WorldNews - Published
Space travel can have some interesting effects on human health, and NASA’s Twins Study on retired astronauts Mark Kelly and Scott Kelly showed that spending a year aboard the International Space.. geek.com - Published
From his eyes to his immune system, astronaut Scott Kelly's body sometimes reacted strangely to nearly a year in orbit, at least compared to his Earth-bound identical twin, but newly published research.. CBC.ca - Published
Nasa's having a heck of a week. Following the photograph of a black hole that broke the internet, the space agency released the final results of its years-long Twins Study. The audacious experiment.. New Zealand Herald - Published
Astronaut Scott Kelly made himself a guinea pig for all the people who dream of human journeys to Mars and other destinations in space. In 2015, Kelly rode a rocket into space and spent nearly a year.. Seattle Times - Published
WASHINGTON (AP) — Nearly a year in space put astronaut Scott Kelly's immune system on high alert and changed the activity of some of his genes compared to his Earth-bound identical twin. Scientists.. SeattlePI.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times
NASA and companies like SpaceX and Boeing are looking to the moon and Mars as exciting targets for astronaut exploration, if not permanent colonization.
However, we're only just beginning to.. Business Insider - Published
Watch VideoThere's a Chinese space lab in orbit up there in the cosmos that's about to fall back to Earth, and there's no telling where it will land.
The Tiangong-1 was decommissioned in 2016. It.. Newsy - Published
Space travel caused lasting changes to 7% genes of astronaut Scott Kelly, according to a Nasa study which compared his DNA to that of his identical twin brother on Earth. Nasa’s Twins Study brought.. IndiaTimes - Published
Several stories this week have proclaimed that the DNA of former NASA astronaut Scott Kelly changed during his year living on the International Space Station. The stories say that 7 percent of his.. The Verge - Published
· *Astronaut Scott Kelly spent a year aboard the International Space Station (ISS) to study the effects of space travel on the human body. *
· *His identical twin brother and former NASA astronaut,.. Business Insider - Published
Washington (Sputnik) Mar 15, 2018
After a year in space International Space Station (ISS) astronaut Scott Kelly returned home slimmer, taller and with younger cells. However, some changes were not.. Space Daily - Published
· *Scott and Mark Kelly are identical twins with two sets of the same DNA.*
· *While Scott spent a year in space, his brother Mark stayed on Earth, giving NASA a unique opportunity to see how space.. Business Insider - Published
Houston TX (SPX) Feb 02, 2018
The Twin Study propelled NASA into the genomics era of space travel. It was a ground-breaking study comparing what happened to astronaut Scott Kelly, in space, to his.. Space Daily - Published
Watch VideoSpace can really mess with an astronaut's body — and apparently it can change the structure of their brain, too.
A NASA-backed study looked at how long-term and short-term space travel.. Newsy - Published
When NASA astronaut Scott Kelly stood up last March after spending a year in space, he was two inches taller.
Kelly is part of a study NASA is conducting to assess how the human body changes as a.. Business Insider - Published