Love of the Extremes: Space Physiology

Love of the Extremes: Space Physiology

1- Compare between space and Earth. Speak about the effect of gravity on the human being in space. How it affects the muscles, and what are the changes in the body (physiology), and explain in details the changes in cardio, respiratory system, and immune system. Speak about the space line and the pressure. Also, compare the gas pressure. (Add charts).

2- Speak about the experiments that were done on animals before thinking of going to the space. Speak about the animals in space, or animals that were sent to space for experiments on them before sending humans to space. What were the animals that were sent? (Add charts).

3-How and when did scientist think of going to space? Show the procedure. How did the first astronaut adapt in space? Give a small resume of the first astronaut, and how the spaceship resists pressure, and what was the spaceship made of? What are the records? Speak about Felex jump and project. What are the health changes that have occurred? (Add charts).

4- What are the scientists thinking about now? What are the previous theories? Are there any changes? Explain the physiology of space. What were the experiments results, and the developed things that were done, and speck about the previous and the future plan. Compare the gas pressure now and before, and compare the experiments before and now as well. (Add charts)

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