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ScienceCast : Les « omics » du voyage spatial

Au cours d'une mission sans précédent d'un an sur la Station spatiale internationale, les scientifiques étudient comment les corps des astronautes réagissent aux voyages spatiaux de longue durée. http://www.nasa.gov/station https://www.nasa.gov/1ym Rendez-vous sur http://science.nasa.gov/ pour en savoir plus. Cliquez ici pour voir plus de vidéos : https://alugha.com/NASA

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