There is a saying that female astronauts will be banned from giving birth after returning to Earth. Especially after China’s first female astronaut Liu Yangfei went into space, it was spread widely. Rumors claim that there will be light and radiation in the universe. These radiations will directly affect the next generation of astronauts. The children born to female astronauts are likely to be a deformed child.
“This is nonsense and there is no relevant regulation. Although space flight is accompanied by great risks, it will not have any negative impact on the birth of female astronauts,” said Pang Zhihao, chief communications expert for space exploration technology.
Life in space does have some impact on the health of astronauts. For example, the body will increase, muscles and bones will degenerate, and the quality of eggs and sperm will change. However, the body’s ability to adapt is still very strong. Will return to normal. “Considering the possible impact on the next generation, after the astronauts return to Earth, they will usually be ready for childbirth after a period of nursed back to health.”
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In addition, there are also statements that the selection criteria for female astronauts must be married, and it is best to have them. Is this true?
“The female astronauts can be married or pregnant, or they can be married and not pregnant. The two female astronauts in our country are married and not pregnant.” Pang Zhihao said, however, the married female astronauts are indeed ideal. s Choice. After all, married female astronauts are more mature and more experienced, and can better perform heavy and stressful space missions.
“The existing experience shows that the female astronauts’ space missions will not affect fertility, and the children born after returning to Earth from space are normal.” Pang Zhihao said that Liu Yang is an example. In 2012, Liu Yang was married before she flew into space on the “Shen Jiu” but did not give birth. In early 2015, she became a mother.