Monday, November 26, 2018


(A Holy Holiday and (snowflakes from) Gently Seasoned Two)

Astronauts lose as much as 22% of their blood while in space, as a reaction to the uniform blood pressure caused by micro-gravity. Until their body replaces this blood, many returning astronauts can’t stand for more than a few minutes without fainting.

xx Kim

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