Universe: The next astronauts to travel to the moon can suffer terrible mutations

Universo: Los próximos astronautas que viajen a la luna pueden sufrir terribles mutaciones

The elements of the universe and the moon cause dangerous damage to the human organism.
In previous years, the level of danger generated by the exposure of certain particles on our planet, such as ashes from erupting volcanoes, has been mentioned. So, if there are elements of the earth that generate gradual damage to the human body, the same can happen with the charged particles existing in the universe and in its planets, comets, asteroids, stars and natural satellites. The concern of some scientists is growing and following the results of a recent study, it is possible that missions to space will be cancelled.

Since the missions to the moon recorded in the last century, all the quantities of particles of lunar sleep have been studied in detail, so that comparisons could be made between the satellite and our planet, however, one of the results did not generate good news for the scientific community, on the contrary, it aroused amazement and fear for human life if they continue to plan expeditions to the moon.

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Particles of the moon and the universe can cause death

Experts at Stony Brook University in the United States conducted a study of human lung cells and brain tissues from laboratory rats with some particles from the lunar soil. After observing for a long time the reaction of all these elements, they were surprised to see how the parts of the living beings studied died quickly by the contact of lunar dust.

While these elements were not the original ones brought from the Apollo missions, the small amount used to create a simulated soil was enough to generate strange mutations and even the death of human lung cells. Experts maintain that the moon is exposed to loads from all over the universe because it has no atmosphere, in this sense, any harmful elements adhere to its surface. This poses a great danger to any living thing that steps on the moon.