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Shocking! It is revealed when the first alien baby could exist in space

  • by Alba luz Leal

UNITED STATES.- The various space trips have opened up the possibility that in the future the first alien baby could exist. While this may seem like something unexpected, it is a question that has started to be haunted by various experts. And University of Arizona astronomy professor Chris Impey did the math to predict this event that would be beyond fiction. Currently, there are several missions such as NASA’s Artemis that would seek to establish colonies on the Moon. So will it be on the natural satellite where the first person outside the Earth can be conceived? In this sense, there is a lot of speculation in this regard, especially regarding the effects that a newborn baby could have in an environment with these characteristics. From one’s own procreation, pregnancy and gestation, cosmic radiations would have an impact on that. Therefore, all factors could indicate a complicated and extremely dangerous task. So far, it has only been tested on animals and dates back to the year 1979 when a scientific team from Russia released male and female rats. The results were “negative” because although the females ovulated, they did not conceive and two of them aborted. Source: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory on Twitter. NASA’s rules are very strict when it comes to having sex in space. But the Impey article mentions that the Dutch star “SpaceLife Origin” intends to send a pregnant woman 400 kilometers from Earth. Of course, the goal is that she can give birth despite all that medical ethics and the points evoked above would drag. Si bien esto no tiene una fecha exacta, la realidad es que está en marcha el Voyager Station: the construction of a hotel de lujo that will be planned to poner in órbita in 2027. Con espacio para 280 clients y 112 tripulantes podría ser el parteaguas en la matter. For this reason, the professor estimates that it would take around 20 years for the first “alien” human to occur, something that seems far away, but which the expert believes will happen sooner or later.