- Menstrual suppression is preferred by some female astronauts on long hauls, yet it is available to earth-bound women as well.
- The pressure that gravity exerts on the human body could be more beneficial than we expected, as a new study found that astronauts in the International Space Station could see the onset of cardiovascular disease sooner.
- NASA's Bed Rest Study pays participants $5,000 a month to remain horizontal in an effort to study the effects of microgravity.
- Several billion years ago, the atmosphere of Mars contained an oxygen-rich mixture.
- Sexual reproduction in low gravity is harmful for growing plants– is interstellar human reproduction a no-go?
- If you ever wanted to be slightly taller, maybe you should think about going into space.
- Researchers have found that space travel may speed up the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
- Scientists believe that they have found a planet in a nearby constellation that can have liquid water, thus making it able to support life.