What If A Pregnant Woman Were to Be Sent To Spaceship?

Do you want to become the parent of the first space child? There will be a change in the next few years to do this. The founders of the Irish company space life origin stated that they're looking for someone willing to give birth in space.

According to their idea in 2024, one woman or a few of them will, for the first time in history, give birth onboard a spacecraft 400 kilometers or 250 miles (402.34 kilometers) from Earth. This experiment according to the company executives is an important step in the path towards Mars colonization.

After all, if we want to populate the red planet, then we would have to build homes, start families and give birth to children but what risks await potential colonizers ready to continue their bloodline in space? And how would the people born on Mars change if the settlement plan works?

To study the possible problems as such ciated with space pregnancy, scientists conducted experiments on mice, rats, fish, and even sea urchins. In this way, the April ranks of NASA sent rats in late stages of pregnancy into orbit and after a week returned them to Earth. Due to the weak gravity, the little rats were born with impairment of the vestibular apparatus responsible for orientation in space. Other scientists sent rat embryos into space.







Unlike their bigger fellows, they were significantly affected by exposure to radiation in were completely unable to normally develop the Japanese medaka or rice fish candle both the radiation and microgravity.

This fish gave birth to its offspring aboard the spaceship Columbia. No matter how many animals are sent to space by scientists, the only way to find out how space affects pregnant See is to actually experiment on people.

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Let's play together. And now it's time to get back to our story. In addition to the difficulties of pregnancy, related to radiation, the childbirth itself would be considerably complicated. After all, most women find it easier to endure contractions. Well, a bright doctor's opinions is that gravity itself helps these women. But with weightlessness, the future mother would be deprived of these mitigating conditions. The problem can be solved with the use of anesthesia.

Though injectable painkillers like any liquids, which end up on board will gather up into balls and how they'll be injected remains unknown. The birth of a child causes fear on its own, as the first thing that goes into the child's lungs is an artificial breathing mix, not natural air. Whether this makes a difference is unknown to doctors.

They are however sure that the physical trials of the mother and child do not end there since they would also have to survive the landing of the spaceship, which is accompanied by a loud false shaking and unhealthy story. grass, even for experienced astronauts.

It's not known if a person just a couple of days old would be able to handle such strain. Regardless. futurologists believe that in two or three centuries Mars will be colonized by mankind and people will procreate there be that is it may the colonizers of Mars will not look similar to us dwellers of Earth. First off, the Martians would be taller.

This hypothesis was checked by NASA astronaut Scott Kelly. He lived on the International Space Station for a year. During this time, weightlessness weakened his bones and expanded the space between his vertebrae in resolve Kelly group two inches or five centimeters.

And even though Mars unlike the space station has gravity, it's still too weak to keep people's heights from changing. Low gravity and weak bones would be the cause of the second Difference between Martians and us. Considering the high risks of pelvic fracture during labor, Martian women would likely choose to undergo the seryan section. And since the size of a person's head is partially limited by the width of the birth canal, Martian skulls can become larger than ours.

However, changes in the skull will occur primarily due to large brains, which will increase in size due to the high intelligence of future people. In addition, such a giant head will help hold big eyes. By some estimates in 1 billion years, the diameter of future people's eyes will reach two to three inches or five to seven centimeters.

The thing is, the sunniest weather on Mars looks like a very cloudy day on earth. Therefore, the Martian retina will be forced to adapt to these new conditions and as a result, the eyes will increase in size But perhaps the most striking difference from Earthlings would be their skin color, some scientists think it will be orange.

The reason is Mars than the atmosphere, which lets through too much cosmic radiation. And so on average, a resident of the red planet will receive 5000 times more radiation than someone on Earth. carotenoids would help fight irradiation in Martians.

These are pigments which make carrots sweet potatoes and pumpkins orange, they provide protection from harmful ultraviolet radiation. According to the assumptions of a futurologist. Because of this fight against cosmic radiation, the Martians bodies will produce so much of this pigment, that their skin will sooner or later turn orange. the noses of the colonists will also undergo significant changes. Scientists believe that only two holes would remain the nose for breathing.

There's simply would not be a need for a big one. This is due to the fact that for a considerable part of the time, people would be wearing tight spacesuits that do not let in various smells. So the olfactory receptors of the inhabitants of the red planet will atrophy as they are unnecessary. hair will also disappear from human bodies. Right now our eyebrows and eyelashes protect our eyes from sweat going into them.

Well, the hair on our heads, arms and legs helps us keep warm during cold seasons. But future people would spend millions of years in comfortable spacecraft with constant temperatures. There would be no winter, summer, snow or rain, therefore hair would become as useless as noses. So it's likely that Martians would look like orange twins of Lord Voldemort bold and knows less. Would their personality be as dreadful as his Regardless, it doesn't matter, as according to scientists, Martians would be much weaker than us.

So there would be nothing to fear. The thing is, Earthlings constantly have to fight for their survival, thanks to which we have physical endurance, but the Martians would not need to fight with the forces of nature and wild animals. Moreover, there's an assumption that pressing buttons on robot control panels would be their hardest exercise.

Add to this lifestyle, the effect of weak gravity, and they would get almost complete muscle atrophy, as it's enough to spend just 100 to 200 days onboard a spaceship to make moving on earth difficult. Imagine what would happen if mankind were to live in such conditions for dozens, thousands or even millions of years. Even if you'd like to show Martian some fitness exercises and kept them in shape, it would likely not work due to the absence of microbes.

On Mars, the colonizer's immune systems sooner or later would lose the ability to fight infections. This means that any contact with Earthlings could be fatal. This would leave only the hope that Martians would not close off the planet to space tourists, and that visiting Mars would remain possible. However, this is not the only possible scenario of human evolution as we can equally move under the Earth's surface to the bottom of the ocean, or transfer our consciousness to computers.

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