New studies on microbial DNA on the ISS

Credit: NASA
Credit: NASA

News! NASA offers a new image of the ISS. This new image, recently made and published by NASA, shows Akihiko Hoshide from the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency. Car is also the commander of ISS (International Space Station).

But he's still have something in his hand, right?

Yes, that's right, it's a kind of test tube that researchers do. It makes researchers on the DNA of microbes on a space station.

This DNA research mission of a microbe / microbes is very important because it provides very good information on how microbes grow in space. Even if on the ISS (international space station) there is a temperature approx. between 15-25 degrees Celsius with many heat regulating devices, it can happen that some microbes behave differently, because the microbes are not only influenced by temperature, but also by others. phenomena / thing.

After this research, NASA will see the data, so it will be able to put additional measures, possibly, if something is altered in the DNA of microbes, thus increasing the safety of all those who go to the Moon, Mars, are on board spacecraft or travel through space. But this study also refers to various other DNAs on the ISS, possibly.

We hope that the results will be good and we hope that different transformations in space, of microbes or even bacteria in a negative way do not happen. But in a positive way, maybe it's not bad.

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen

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