new Delhi. The harder it is to travel to space, the harder it is to travel in their lives. Therefore, whenever a person goes to visit the inner space, his health is closely monitored before and after the journey. Can space travel also affect their childbearing ability? Several types of tests have been done to get the answer to this question and this was done on mice. Which found that the rat returned to Earth after being in space for a month is capable of breeding on Earth. It has been found in a research. This is the first evidence of how space travel affects the reproduction of mammals.
Scientists had earlier received such indications that those who spend time in space have a bad effect on their sperm. Even when the sperm of the mice were kept there for 9 months in a safe place, they also showed radiation damage. Similarly, the sperm count in the mice spent in class for 13 days was reduced. To carry out new research, 12 mice were kept in the International Space Station for 35 days. Cages of special design were built for them. Some mice also experienced weight loss in microgravity, while the rest remained in cages that contained artificial gravity. After returning to Earth, researchers fertilized the sperm from these mice with an egg of a mouse. Scientists saw that healthy mice were born from mice that had wandered into space. Subsequently, a research team also inspected the reproductive organs of space-traveling mice. So found that there was no sign of harm to their parents among the children. Since then, Scientists have come to the conclusion that Scientific short-stay in space does not affect the physical activity of male reproductive organs, the functioning of sperm and the viability of children. "
Medical research has also claimed earlier that those traveling in space have also seen many negative effects on the body, with the loss of muscle and bone mass as well as changes in cells. The biggest reason for this is exposure to radiation. Researches have seen the impact on the reproductive system of some other organisms. Although the impact of space travel has been tested at the molecular level for the first time in the new study, this research is still underway. Therefore, it is not necessary to be able to tell what effect it has on the reproductive system of humans or the reproductive system of chuhia. Researchers say they want to find out how the effect of space travel affects the level of hormones and genes, especially in the reproductive system. Research says that the era is coming when people will be able to go into space easily. In such a situation, we were fully prepared to prevent the undesired effects in the next generation.