CAPE CANAVERAL, FLA: Apollo astronauts who ventured to the moon are at five times greater risk of dying from heart disease than shuttle astronauts, US researchers said on Thursday, citing the dangers of cosmic radiation beyond the Earth’s magnetic field.
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PARIS: NASA’s Apollo astronauts, the only humans to have travelled beyond Earth’s protective magnetosphere, die disproportionately of heart and blood vessel diseases, researchers said Thursday, blaming radiation.
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