Lost in Space? Not Sex and Gender!

Female and male astronauts adapt differently to space where small changes have significant impact. These issues are extremely important as we plan for exploration to the Moon and Mars as well as for commercial space travel.

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Female and male astronauts adapt differently to space where small changes have significant impact. These issues are extremely important as we plan for exploration to the Moon and Mars as well as for commercial space travel. Additionally, lessons learned from the space program can improve our health on Earth.

Please join our Hangout, when our regular moderators, Tony Darnell and Harley Thronson will discuss with Bette Siegel, PhD (NASA Headquarters) and Saralyn Mark, MD (President, iGIANT® and former Sr Advisor, NASA) the latest research on the impact of sex and gender on adaptation to long-duration space flight.

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