• Question: What injuries can you get in space other than bone deformation?

    Asked by trsrules to Rochelle, Michaela, Camilla, Beth, Adrian on 26 Jan 2016. This question was also asked by saphireroks.
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      Adrianos Golemis answered on 26 Jan 2016:

      Not exactly injuries, but a few pathologies which might affect you are muscle weakening, weak immune system, bad psychology due to isolation and a high workload plus a few more. In earlier days a syndrome has been described in space by Russian scientists, called “asthenia”. Eyesight problems may arise too.