The research was conducted before, during and after the flight.
Researchers at NASA conducted a thorough analysis of the genetic differences between the two Gemini astronauts in order to try to understand how flying into orbit affect human health.
The results of their work, they said during a meeting with the staff of the research program conducted by us government Agency annually.
One of the twins Scott Kelly spent almost a year on the ISS, and his brother mark all this time he was on Earth. The brothers have picked up exactly due to identical genomes, similar lifestyle and experience in space research. The research was conducted before, during and after the flight. The study covered almost everything: the length of chromosomes to the gut. All the group of scientists noted differences in the rates of physical condition. The only difficulty is that to determine how the physical state is affected by space flight, and that is attributed to deviation of the natural type is quite simple.
Some results, however, according to experts, with high probability, should be directed to the examination, engaged in the study of cosmic influence. Using the obtained results, the researchers plan to help maintain the health of astronauts during long expeditions in space.
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