Space Travel with ‘Not Human’ Passengers in the Last Atlantis Mission

There may be overlooked when viewing the launch of Atlantis space shuttle, Friday, July 6, 2011 from Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA. The mission lasted 13 days and there are four astronauts involved in the last mission of NASA's space shuttle.

There may also be interested to see a list of passengers who took part, of course, to the four astronauts are human, but when we more closely there are actually other passengers who took part in there, who are they? If only 4 people (humans) means that other passengers certainly not human.

It is not human, they are animals who become the subject of research for several other agencies concerned to it, including to human health, of course!

View a list of passengers is not a human being turns out they are, as follows Frogs, Squirrels, Sea urchin sperm, Transparent fish, Moth eggs, Worms, Honeybees, Jellyfish, Rat and Squid.

Naturally the question arises for all those on earth, how then were the results? And whether the results of these studies can be directly implemented into the current human life or for a long-term interests.

Ah, more questions about space travel, since some media have also been reported that in the coming years most of any civilian man will one day be able to travel into outer space.

When you look at most of the reasons for not carrying human passengers into space, all indicate that the health interests first and fundamental reason. Man on earth waiting for, because to imagine that one day we can participate traveling there and need not be too difficult to prepare like an astronaut.

Consider it a trip to fly from one country to another, is it possible?

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