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Dutch Company Hopes To Deliver A Baby In Space

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Dutch Company Hopes To Deliver A Baby In Space

According to Digital Trends, a Netherlands-based startup, SpaceLife Origin is aiming to be the first company to deliver a baby IN space.

Egbert Edelbroek of SpaceLife Origin told reporters; β€œWe owe it to our children and future generations.

Humanity is facing increasing threats to life on Earth".

.SpaceLife Origin plans multiple missions and hopes to enable a pregnant woman to give birth in space.

This will be achieved during a 24 to 36 hour mission, guided by a team of medical experts.

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