are you Talking German, is between 24-55 years, is higher than 153 centimeters, have a BMI of between 19-30 and is non-smoking?
If you can answer 'yes' to all of the above criteria, your future employer will be no less than NASA. It writes Science.dk.
It just requires that you can tear two months out of the calendar to move to Germany and lie still for two months.
In a press release NASA, in cooperation with The European space Agency (ESA) German Aerospace Center (DLR) - just launched a new studio, AGBRESA (Artificial Gravity Bed Rest Study).
the Study is designed to examine how the 'artificial gravity' affects the human body. In the two months the participants must do everything from the bed of the, this includes toileting and consumption of food.
And the hassle of rolling the entire 123.000 dollars (16.500 euros) into the account.
- Manned space exploration will continue to be important in the future, such that we can perform experiments on weightlessness, but we need to make sure that it is as safe as possible for the astronauts, says Hansjörg Dittus, a physicist and member of the board at The German Aerospace Center (DLR), in the press release, according to Science.dk.
But induced you to believe that the experiment just about to read books and watch series in bed, you can think again.
According to the press release, the participants will, in fact, be limited in their movements, in order to ensure that their muscle mass and tendons are dwindling, so that the researchers can monitor what effect it has, when the body is not activated over a longer time.
at the same time inclining the bed six degrees down toward the head end, which is to simulate how the body fluids displaces the body of the astronauts, when they find themselves in a room with weightlessness.
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