Researchers Develop "Happy Suit" for Astronauts

Researchers Develop "Happy Suit" for Astronauts یکشنبه 6 اسفند 1396 - 12:58

An Iranian researcher in accompany with researchers from Florida Polytechnic University are developing a "happy suit" in order to protect astronauts from the psychologically harrowing effects of space travel.

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