I've recently found out I might have , which can be treated fully by taking one pill when waking up, and then going through the day with no problem.
I am fully aware that if this turns out to be true, my chances of becoming an astronaut will be lowered a lot. What I want to know is whether or not my chances are just low, or 0%.
外围体育投注So like I've asked in the title: Is there a space agency (In any country) that accept astronauts who are healthy as long as they take a pill once a day?
thanks in advance.
外围体育投注I'm curious if anyone here is "in the know" at NASA or is able to speculate how big future astronaut class sizes will be.
I have to imagine that commercial crew + artemis will enable somewhat bigger ones than we'd been seeing since the 2000s, but not quite as big as the 80s/90s shuttle era classes with 30+ new astronauts.
Hi guys! Just wanted to share that a great resource to learn not just about astronauts but about Astronaut training and all the details you wouldn’t read about easily is the official NASA podcast; Houston We Have A Podcast.
It’s excellent as they cover a wide range of topics and the guests are usually, astronauts, trainers, or engineers who work on NASA missions and they tend to interview them as their mission becomes relevant or is active so its a good way to get a wholistic approach to space knowledge.
Highly recommended for workouts etc I think they’re available on all the popular podcast apps