Humans who wanted to go to new places and we all enjoyed that very much humanity is traveled a long way from its birth now the race has become much bigger. In the search for new places, our curiosity takes hours out of the earth towards the moon but Moon is only a small stoppage man now trying to get to Mars as soon as possible, various experiments are taken and the everyday new news is coming out how we can reach to the Mars, how we can manage our long travel towards Mars how we will survive in that long journey to Mars.
Australian National University has created an experiment to know how well the human cardiovascular system can tolerate the long travel of space and once they have reached how well they can perform their work and responsibilities once they have reached there.
What is the effect of low gravitational force on our body and our systems your body can endure mass gravitational forces which are not powerful as on earth without creating any emergency problems for the astronaut?
Scientists are trying to make short-term space travel and long-term space by analyzing the effect on the body and internal parts. Are our parts stronger enough to endure that difference in gravity in long term? Scientists believe that humans must be well prepared and have to take every analysis before going to the mass or bodies must be well prepared according to the atmosphere there.
The difference in gravity and the radiation of the earth could be different on the mark compared to the earth this will definitely make many changes to the human body and its internal systems.
It will take around 6 to 7 months from Earth to reach mars the muscle strength of the body and H heart will be affected by zero gravitational force.
At the point when you’re on The planet, gravity is pulling liquid to the base portion of our body, which is the reason certain individuals find their legs start to balloon close to the furthest limit of the day. In any case, when you go into space that gravitational force vanishes, and that implies the liquid movements to the top portion of your body, and that sets off a reaction that tricks the body into believing there’s an excess of liquid.
Thus, you begin going to the latrine a ton, you begin disposing of additional liquid, you don’t feel parched and you don’t drink so a lot, and that implies you become got dried out in space. For this reason, you could see space explorers on the news faint when they step foot on Earth once more. This is a seriously normal event because of space travel, and the more you’re in space the more probable you are to implode when you return to gravity. The reason for our model is to anticipate, with incredible exactness, whether a space traveler can securely show up on Mars without blacking out. We trust it’s conceivable
Notwithstanding the way that the space information used to impact the model’s boundaries is taken from moderately aged and thoroughly prepared space travelers, the scientists need to work on its abilities by displaying the impact of delayed space flight.
With all our efforts we will reach Mars One Day and start living there. We will become habitable according to the Mars atmosphere
but it will take time, lots of experiments are still to be taken before a human takes their first flight to the mass.