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Space Age: A Longer Lifespan in the Cosmos?

News   Mar 15, 2018 | Original Story from NASA

 
Space Age: A Longer Lifespan in the Cosmos?

Identical twins, Scott and Mark Kelly, are the subjects of NASA’s Twins Study. Scott (left) spent a year in space while Mark (right) stayed on Earth as a control subject. Researchers are looking at the effects of space travel on the human body. Credits: NASA

 
 
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