If you were floating about in the outer space exactly which direction would you consider “up”? York University researchers have set out to answer this very question through a research project happening right now on the International Space Station.

The Bodies in the Space Environment Study (BISE) tracks how gravity affects astronauts’ perception of “up” and “down”, as well as the effects of long-term microgravity exposure. Read more at York University.

Laurence Harris

Laurence Harris, Psychologist and

Principle Investigator for BISE

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