Going into space can increase the risk of cancer. Outside the protective magnetic field of the Earth, your body can increase the risk of cancer.
Many times you will have a glimpse of the moon, seeing it, many things will come in mind. Sometimes you have even had the desire to go there. You will want to know more about it. Whenever you have read and heard about Rakesh Sharma, Kalpana Chawla and Sunita Williams, you must have been forced to think that I wish I could either go into space or find it. Is it possible to live in space as if we are living on earth?
Once former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had asked the first Indian Rakesh Sharma, who went to space, how did India look to the moon? In response, he said that from where all the good Hindustan is ours.
Everyone has a dream of going to space, but there is not so easy to reach there. A special training is given to go into space, which makes you lively to stay there. If you reach space, you may have to face many difficulties after coming from there. After going into space, there are many changes in the body of a person, due to which your body may have to face many problems. Many times it is also a risk of a serious illness like cancer. Today we are going to give you some such information about space.
Astronaut Scott Kelly and former astronaut Mark Kelly are twins. NASA studied the changes in the human body in space with the help of these two brothers. It was named ‘Twins Study’ The research program included former NASA astronaut Scott Kelly who had been in space for almost a year. During this time his twin brother Mark was on Earth. When Kelly came back to Earth, changes in her body were compared to her brother’s body.
The lack of gravity, high radiation exposure, space-friendly diet, and other factors of life in the classroom influenced Scott’s body in a significant and surprising manner. According to the researchers, if you live in space for a long time, then there may be nine such biological changes in your body.
1. Blood and other fluids flow from the foot to the head
After going into space, the force of gravity becomes zero and you become unloaded. Due to not having gravitational force, its effect falls on the blood flowing in the body and other liquids. Ongoing into space, blood and other substances start to flow from the head to the head, causing adverse effects on your body. Your hands and feet become numb.
2. Changes in face
Due to low gravity in the space, the fluid starts flowing from your head to the head, causing swelling in the face and it starts appearing heavily.
3. Effects on Eyes
There is pressure on the brain due to changes in the flow of fluid, which can affect your eyes and they may also be bad. The fluid near the optic nerve pushes the eyelid behind the eyes. Cataract can cause disease due to rapid radiation in space. Even the high-flying commercial-airline employees have to face these risks due to the environment.
4. Bone change
Astronaut is specially exercised to stay in space, this exercise is very important to stay there. If you do not exercise in space, then you can lose about 12% of your bone density. Researchers are still trying to understand why this happens, although microfractures in the bone are only due to the rotation on the earth, it is important to keep the bone healthy.
5. When you go into space, you get taller
Gravity does not pull you downwards in space, so every bone in your spinal cord can not keep the fluid filled disc together between the bomono, which spreads its height to about 4%. Scott Kelly was 2 inches tall in space compared to his twin brother, but after returning to Earth he again became like his height.
6. Muscles tend to shrink
Your muscles in space become shrinking. When you are unloaded, you do not need muscles, so they absorb extra tissue. This is the reason that physical exercise is part of every astronaut’s program.
7. Sleep is not complete in space
Those in space do not have the problem of sleeping. Most astronauts get only 6 hours in the night to sleep, because gold in space seems weird.
8. The risk of cancer increases
Living in space can prove to be dangerous for you. There you are more likely to develop cancer. Outside the protective magnetic field of the Earth, your body can increase the risk of cancer. NASA currently limits the lifetime astronaut’s radiation exposure to 3,250 milliliters, which is equivalent to about 400 CT scans of the stomach. Women astronauts are usually more tissues which are susceptible to radiation, hence their lifespan is 2,500 MSV.
9. Your genetic code behaves differently.
DNA produces life itself. When you are in space, your jeans start behaving differently, which affects your reproductive ability. Its effect remains until it reaches the ground. Researchers at the Twins study found that after having spent a year in space, there was a change of about 7% in Scott Kelly’s gene.
By:- Abhishek Bajpai