Long Space Voyages May Damage Vision

American VoicesOpinion ISSUE 48•11 Mar 15, 2012

MRI scans of astronauts who have been on long space flights found evidence of intracranial hypertension, which could damage eyesight. What do you think?

  • “Not to diminish the wonder of space travel, but surely we can find cheaper and safer ways to blind astronauts here on Earth.”

    Mickey Jacildo –
    Furniture Cleaner

  • “First pro football, now aerospace. What's a guy supposed to do for a living if he wants universal adulation without brain damage?”

    Jermaine Moorish –
    Forge Utility Worker

  • “Can NASA not afford sunglasses anymore?”

    Darcy Cox –
    Unemployed