US astronaut's memoir provides blunt take on year in space

If you’ve ever wondered what space smells like, think about sparklers on the Fourth of July. “Slightly burned, slightly metallic” is how former NASA astronaut Scott Kelly describes it in his new book Endurance, about his year in space. Between 2015 and 2016, Kelly spent 340 days on the International Space Station (ISS) — the longest any American has ever spent in free fall around our planet. The purpose of the mission was to study how long periods in zero gravity affect the human body and mind. After all, if we want to go to Mars one day — a trip that’d last about nine months, at current rates of travel — we’d better know how to get there healthy. Photo: Alfred A. Knopf In his autobiography, which comes out October... Continue reading…

US astronaut's memoir provides blunt take on year in space

In his new autobiography, retired astronaut Scott Kelly gives an unflinchingly blunt take on his U.S. record-breaking year in space.

Wed 11 Oct 17 from Phys.org

US astronaut's memoir provides blunt take on year in space, Wed 11 Oct 17 from AP

US astronaut's memoir provides blunt take on year in space

In his new autobiography, retired astronaut Scott Kelly gives an unflinchingly blunt take on his U.S. record-breaking year in space and the challenging life events that got him there. ...

Wed 11 Oct 17 from Daily Mail

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