It is one of the most beguiling confront to experience the spaceflight. Every astronomers experience the fact that is completely unique than that of the earth. Recently, spaceflight has included more private companies such as Blue Horizons and Space X have produced a perceptible interest over commercial spaceflight. It appears closer than ever before that ordinary people chasing into the low earth orbit, while it raises many questions regarding the effects of microgravity and space on the human body.
The rising opportunities of spaceflight also raise the exigency for more information on the changes affected by space travelling.
the neuroradiologist from the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), Donna Roberts conducted research study with title of ‘Effects of Spaceflight on Astronaut Brain Structure as Indicated on MRI’, the findings of which have been published in the issue of 2nd November by the New England Journal of Medicine.
The report added that the space is an antagonistic atmosphere that presents various psychological as well as physiological challenges for the women and men belonged to the space program of America. Since, NASA always faces a plethora of these types of physical changes in their body in space. An increased pressure and altered vision running inside their heads during the space probe aboard International Space Station are few strange bodily reactions shot in to the orbit at metal capsule.
neuroradiologist Donna Roberts stated that, “Exposure to the space environment has permanent effects on humans that we simply do not understand what astronauts experience in space must be mitigated to produce safer space travel for the public.”