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So You Want to go to Mars?

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Can't wait to get into outer space? Well there's a bit you need to know first... Spending time in zero gravity can have some pretty extreme effects on the human body. Still scientists are already making plans for long trips to other planets, but first we have to start with a few experiments here on Earth — and it all starts with astronaut Scott Kelly spending one full year in orbit.

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