A study of Russian scientists to study the effects of space exploration on human sperm production hit unforeseen obstacles – cosmonauts refuse to collect the necessary material.
The issue of mankind's ability to safely navigate space and survive longer research missions without serious long-term health consequences is the basis of ongoing research to expand our knowledge from our native planet.
The journey of a key component in the creation of human life is likely to continue to be a mystery for the moment as Russian cosmonauts refuse to collect sperm samples during their space missions. IRAN Ongneva, head of the Cell Biophysics Laboratory at the Institute of Biomedical Problems at the Russian Academy of Sciences, told RIA Novosti that her team wants to study spermatogenesis in astronauts before , during and after their space flights ̵
The prospect of sampling in space is failing. ionic conditions "makes everyone smile and reject" Ogneva explained, adding: "There are no cosmonauts who want."
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