The German Aerospace Center will select 24 participants to sleep while undergoing 60-day bedtime observation. NASA researchers are looking for the effects of "artificial gravity" on the body to see if it can be useful for astronauts who spend a long time in space.
Participants will be divided into groups but accommodated in a single room.
Volunteers will perform a number of activities that lie; like eating, watching TV and reading for about $ 18,565.
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The other group will not be moved.
Applicants must speak German and apply between 24 and 55 years of age.
Visit this website to apply for a study of the German bed in NASA .