NASA Wants To Pay Volunteers $19,000 To Stay In Bed For Two Months
This sounds like a dream come true. I have a TV in my bedroom and a mini fridge next to my bed, so it's right up my alley.
NASA is teaming up with the European Space Agency (ESA), the German Aerospace Center, and they want to study how the effects of weightlessness changes the human body. Apparently you can figure this all out by having people stay in bed.
They're currently looking for a test person to spend 60 days lying down in a bed rest study that will take place from September to December of this year.
There are some stipulations, though. Sorry dudes, they only want women for this test so I guess I'm out. The women they're looking for are to be between the ages of 24 and 55. They only want non-smokers, you must be between 4.9 - 6.2 feet tall, and have a BMI between 19 and 30.
They'll have medical professionals, nutritionists, and physiotherapeutic professionals on had to make sure the participants are taken care of.
The participants are expected to earn about $18,564.98.
If this sounds like your dream come true you can email the German Aerospace Center to submit an application.
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