Humans could make babies on Mars after new sperm discovery, study says - New York Post
Jun 14, 2021 31 secs

There’s no need to discover life on Mars — not when we could possibly make our own.

Scientists have discovered that sperm can potentially survive on Mars for hundreds of years, meaning that humans could possibly reproduce on the Red Planet in the future.

Instead, scientists studied the effects of radiation on a batch of mouse sperm that had been freeze-dried and stored aboard the International Space Station for six years.

Experts previously believed that space radiation would destroy sperm, rendering breeding impossible — or even causing cancer.

Sperm isn’t the only thing that can possibly survive the vacuum of space for extended periods of time


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