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HomescienceScientists have found that astronauts' brains are 'rewired' by space missions

Scientists have found that astronauts’ brains are ‘rewired’ by space missions

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Our brains change as we age and grow here on Earth. But what happens to the human brain? After being in space For a long time?

In a new study, a collaborative effort between the European Space Agency and the Russian Space Agency RoscosmosResearchers have discovered how astronauts’ brains change after traveling to space and back. They showed how the brain adapts to spaceflight, and found that the brain is almost “rewired”, and both fluid and shape changes occur. The researchers found that these changes can persist for months after a person returns to Earth.

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