Feeling lazy already? Let’s find out the details….
The research will track down the effect of zero gravity space travel on the human body and will be carried out at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
All you have to do is stay in bed and pass time while the researchers perform some tests on you. All you need is to be able to clear Air Force Medical Examination and be a non-smoker. If you can do that you’re on for this rest-to-earn policy of NASA.
During the first fifteen (15) days, you will be allowed freely wander in an especially designed bed rest and carry out normal activities.
You will partake in various tests to find out the normal state of your bone, muscle, heart and circulatory system, brain and nervous system, and vestibular (inner ear balance) system as well as your nutritional condition and your ability to fight off infections.
After these 15 days, you get to spend entire 60 days in bed while the tests will continue. And the last 14 days will serve as a recovery period where you will begin the process regaining muscle strength and readjusting to a normal life.
Also, you are required to stay awake for 16 hours in a day with 8 hours fixed for sleeping when the lights will go off.In the 16 hours that you are awake, you can watch television, play games, read anything you would like, learn a foreign language, meet visitors for a fixed interval of time etc.