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Video Games Are Reshaping How We Think About Life After Earth

In orbit, the human body changes in unexpected ways

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AAll astronauts must go through rigorous medical training to prepare for space. They need to know that, say, if a fellow astronaut experiences chest pains on a spaceship en route to Mars, a crew member must ultrasound their heart — which will look oddly spherical compared to…




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Freelance writer in the Bay Area

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