Moondust, Radiation, and Low Gravity: The Health Risks of Living on the Moon

Apollo astronauts inhabited the moon for just a few days, but the long-term physiological effects of lunar living could be severe Photo: NASA One of the Dusty Dozen: Apollo 17 astronaut, Eugene Cernan called lunar dust “probably one of our greatest inhibitors to a nominal operation on the moon." They were called the “dusty dozen” … Continue reading Moondust, Radiation, and Low Gravity: The Health Risks of Living on the Moon

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