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Hi my name is rick ziolkowski. I teach 6 grade. I am helping a gifted 5 grade student with a report. He is wondering 1-how does microgravity affect the muscles and cardiovascular systems? Can you help!?? please steer us in the right direction:)


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Hiya Rick! Welcome to NEWTON!

I suspect that microgravity has little affect on the human body, i.e., the difference between microgravity and no gravity at all is negligible. You can find more info on microgravity at NASA's website.

Hawley



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