It's a cold, hard reality that astronauts could potentially lose their sanity during the 260 days it takes to get from Earth to Mars, or even just orbiting the Earth in claustrophobia-inducing ISS. These experiments are still in their very early stages since space travel itself is relatively new. Halle Berry is now taking herself into space, and television. Thank you for visiting our website. The longer astronauts stay in space, the weaker their muscles get. According to the astronaut, going out A former commander of NASA’s International Space Station (ISS) revealed exactly what would happen to humans if they venture out into space without a spacesuit. What would happen if an astronaut died in space? When astronauts come home and gravity takes hold again, their tiny vein muscles aren't ready to start working as hard. Moreover, the astronaut’s notepad contained 100 sheets, and 50 of them were covered with strange characters that have not been found anywhere on Earth. Not if the whole crew did but just one single astronaut. dangerous if an astronaut must perform a strenuous emergency procedure upon re-entry into the Earth's gravitational field. In the new CBS sci-fi thriller "Extant," Berry plays an astronaut who returns from a year-long solitary space mission, pregnant. First off, there isn’t much privacy up there. Below you will be able to find all An astronaut that is somehow pregnant returns to earth after 13 months in space. If astronauts have had space sex, it would have been very difficult. A woman has yet to give birth on a shuttle or in the Space Station nor has a pregnant woman even traveled in space. This is a very popular game developed by Conversion LLC who have also developed other entertaining games such as Guess the Emoji, Symbology, Guess the Gif and Guess the Word. Dr. Green says that the risk of an astronaut developing a serious illness and needing intensive care is only around 1 to 2 percent per person per year given how closely they are monitored, but that that still means that one is bound to happen at some point. Even though muscle mass and strength can be regained once astronauts have returned to Earth, maintaining muscle in space is a concern, especially for long-duration space missions. However, a few studies have sent pregnant rats into space so the development of the (Earth-born) babies could be investigated. That means not enough blood is pushed back to equal out the pressure. The International Space Station (ISS) orbits the Earth in a geostationary orbit at a height of about 400 kilometers, which is just 0.1% of the distance from the moon. However, since astronauts in the ISS do experience weightlessness, I’ll limit the discussion to a baby being born there. Experts cautioned that he was not a man at all, but a kind of human-like creature that has nothing to do with astronaut John Smith.