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Russian Scientists to Turn Cosmonauts into Cyborgs
16.12.2016 13:20
Russian Scientists to Turn Cosmonauts into Cyborgs

The news has been reported by Oleg Orlov, the head of the Biomedical Matters Institute, RAS.

      He explains that Russia is going to launch the development of a program involving replacement of human organs with artificial ones.

      This will help protect people from the impact of cosmic radiation and other negative factors, which affect the body during long space journeys, scientists assume. One of the major scientific tasks will be providing protection for the brain.

      "It may also be related to deeper integration of the human awareness  into the control and monitoring system of a manned spacecraft," - Mr. Orlov explained.

      Cyborgization has been included into the list of prospective works. Implementation of relevant projects will be taken up by the Roscosmos state corporation and the Federal Agency of Scientific Organizations.

       




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Cyborgs Robots Russian Astronauts   

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