How do astronauts—and other people who work in extreme or isolated environments—cope with being far from home?
While we typically lose about 1% of our bone mass each year, astronauts in space can lose up to 1.5% of their bone mass each month.
Learn more about Canadian science on the Station, which is helping to make space travel safer and benefit Canadians.
As an orbiting laboratory, SMAP aims to advance our knowledge of the water and carbon cycles by producing global maps of soil moisture and monitor the freeze thaw status of soils in Canadian boreal environment and other cold areas of the world.
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