Many of us have been familiar with NASA since our early childhood memories – pretty much since Neil Armstrong stepped foot on the moon. News always came out in the evening newspapers and occasionally, we might catch a clip of space related news from afar. At that time, if it was outside the city limits, it was far away.
Times have changed and with it, technology to keep us up to date of every going on that we have an interest in.
Through press release service 24-7PressRelease.com, NASA has done a phenomenal job of keeping the media and public up to date with their latest space science press release news.
In particular, a recently submitted press release, titled ‘How Stressful Will a Trip to Mars be on the Human Body? We Now Have a Peek Into What the NASA Twins Study Will Reveal’ peaked the curiosity of many of our visitors.
The press release was a preliminary research study of NASA Twins whereby one twin made the International Space Station his home for a period of one year while the other remained on earth.
The researchers attained biological samples that were taken from each of the twins before, during and after the mission and comparing the results to find out how the body would be affected by long term space visits.
Want to find out more about some of the preliminary results? Be sure to check out the full press release here.
A second press release submitted to 24-7PressRelease.com again from NASA discusses some of the space station research highlights of the one year journey. A few of the highlights include the first ever sequencing of DNA in space a number of investigations across multiple science related subjects. Find out more about this project titled “2016 Space Station Research Highlights” here.
Looking for more information and updates from NASA, with over 300 press releases from them in our database, you may want to set aside a lot of time to read. Check them out here.