Japanese Astronaut Concerned After Growing 3 5 Inches Taller in Three Weeks

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Japanese Astronaut Concerned After Growing 3 5 Inches Taller in Three Weeks
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Microgravity environments do strange and often undesirable things to the human body, such as weakening muscles and bones, shrinking hearts, and flattening eyeballs. But it's also known to make astronauts a bit taller, as Norishige Kanai is now learning. The Japanese astronaut arrived at the ISS just three weeks ago and he's already grown an astonishing 3.5 inches (9 cm)--and he's now worried that he won't fit into the seat of the Russian Soyuz return vehicle.

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