Former astronaut Thirsk to help define Mars in Canada's mission
The Canadian Space Agency, Robert Thirsk, ex-astronaut says that the only person who adapts the factor to Earth
The Canadian Space Agency says Robert Thirsk wants to hire former astronauts to find out how Mars can contribute to medical knowledge about the human mission.
Thirsk is a doctor who spends a lot of space in the Canadian expedition, thanks to the extended mission of the 2009 International Space Station.
In the file, it is essential that the contract is $ 95,000 to be made to the public today, the only person in the Earth that adapts the bill to Thirsk.
The work should be spent for two consecutive years, selling scientists and health experts to pay for astronauts in the Earth's orbit and the benefits of investing in space science.
Long-space missions degrade astronauts' muscles and bones, which can damage radiation and their senses.
Thirsk managed specialists who work to minimize these risks, Canada helps human beings explore space.
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