Does going to space make you older?
These symptoms, however, can also be caused by something less common: space travel. Spaceflight influences biology in dramatic ways, and people in space appear to experience the effects of aging faster than people on Earth.
Are you younger in space?
Background. Astronauts age a bit slower than those of us on Earth due to something called “time dilation” described by Einstein’s theory of relativity.
Do astronauts age faster or slower in space?
Training on the simulated martian terrain of Mars-500. Scientists have recently observed for the first time that, on an epigenetic level, astronauts age more slowly during long-term simulated space travel than they would have if their feet had been planted on Planet Earth.
Can a person age faster on the Moon than on the Earth?
Note that v M is the velocity of the Moon about the Earth, whereas v E is the velocity of an object on the surface of the Earth. (Varies with latitude.) I disagree ,I think a person will age faster on the moon . Time in the human body is measured by biological reactions that happen which lead cells to age .
How does gravity affect the aging of people on the Moon?
If gravity is less on the moon this will increase the inherent kinetic energy of molecules due to a lesser effect of pull or gravity on the molecules which will speed up biochemical reactions and aging. So the people on the moon will see each age faster. You are wrong, kinetic energy of molecules is not changed by gravity.
What happens if you go to the Moon?
Issues of food, water and necessities aside, I guess it would depend on which side of the Moon I was on. According to NASA, which stands for: N ever A S traight A nswer, the bright side of the Moon facing earth is barren.
Why does the Moon move slower than the Earth?
Because the moon is moving much slower than the GPS satellite, so the SR kinematic effect of being on the moon would be less. And the difference in gravity between standing on moon and standing on earth is greater (what is it?