Artificial gravity could solve space problems

New plans for artificial gravity tests in space using centrifuges may hold the key to helping future astronauts ward off the debilitating loss of muscle and bone due to weightlessness on long missions to asteroids or the moon under NASA's revised space exploration plan.

The new NASA budget proposed by President Barack Obama not only sets sights on long-duration missions, but also extends the lifetime of the International Space Station.

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