NASA will pay you 1200 USD per week, a total of 18,000 USD. They are looking for people who are willing to lie in a special bed, pitched head down at the six-degree angle, for 70 days at least. There are some precautions: The candidate will need to pass precise psychological and physical tests to ensure that they resemble, according to the application form. ”the astronaut population.” They are looking for the physically and mentally active, healthy and non-smoking men between the age of 20 and 45 who has accurate BMI (Body Mass Index). Selected candidate can spend their time doing anything they want to do, i.e surfing the Internet, reading or working remotely if their job allows them, so long as they don’t get out of bed.
Scientists want to understand what effect prolonged periods of weightlessness will have on humans. Actually, they want to examine the effects of microgravity in space on humans during an extended space mission. Tilting the bed affects the cardiovascular system, similar to those experienced in space. After the 70 days end, test subjects will perform a series of exercises and task that an astronaut does once they arrived at their destination. Senior scientist Cromwell says that “these results will help astronauts to maintain their health while in space.”