How to survive in space
With commercial space flights fast becoming a reality, there’s every chance you might travel to outer space in your lifetime. But we are boldly going where humans aren’t supposed to go. At least, not from a medical standpoint. From brittle bones to flat eyes, this episode is about all the terrifying impacts of space travel on the human body.
Producer/Presenter: Cheyne Anderson
Joshua Chou, Director of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Technology Sydney
Nial Wheate, Pharmaceutical Chemist at the University of Sydney