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embryonic cells into trophectoderm was drastically impaired. Trophectoderm is the essential tissue that nourished the embryo and ultimately contributes to placenta formation. This seems to be consistent with a 1979 mission that showed that rats can become pregnant in space, but are seemingly incapable of bringing the pregnancies to term. It may be that it is simply much harder for them to. It was also unclear as to what stage the complications occurred. Further research is being done to determine what magnitude of gravity is necessary for normal reproduction to occur. This will determine whether it may be successful on the Moon and Mars ("Embryonic Development-lost in Space?").
As of now, there are very few methods for mitigating the effects of lower gravity. Astronauts currently exercise to maintain their muscle mass. In order for humans to survive on the moon, a suggested strategy is to develop a concurrent nutritional system specialized to maintain muscle condition and increase bone strength. Currently, on the ISS, astronauts are not given supplements, but designing an experiment to see how effective a nutritional supplement would be, could give great insight into how the condition of a large population of lunar colonists could be maintained. This however, would still not replace the benefit of exposure to earth-like gravitational conditions.
Currently there is only one known way to generate artificial gravity. This method relies on rotation of a body to create a force due to rotation that would mimic the effects of gravity. The following equation represents the force due to rotation:
Where m is the mass of the object, v is the velocity of the object (2πr/p), r is the radius of the circle, and p is the period of the rotation.
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