Scientists announced the first birth of a baby in space in 2024
The idea of baby in space may sound like part of a science fiction movie. But scientists say it can become reality in 6 years.
The space life Origin based company in the Netherlands announced something interesting Their plan is to give birth to the first baby in space in 2024 and that it requires volunteers.
Keys Mulder, company director, says that if mankind plans to become a multifaceted species, it must learn to multiply in space.
The company claims it will create a “space incubator”. It will carry eggs and sperm and will be sent to orbit in 2021.
When it is found in space, the embryos will begin to develop. Details are still not clear how this will take place.
The company plans to give birth to the first baby in space in 2024.
In the words of the director of this company, the mission will last between 24 and 36 hours. The woman will give birth outside the country in the presence of a specialized medical team.
A carefully prepared and supervised process will foresee all risks to the mother and child, according to the standards of the Earth, explains Mulder spokesman.
Space exploration is extremely progressing as Seeds taken up to the Moon by China’s Chang’e-4 mission have sprouted, says China National Space Administration.
It marks the first time any biological matter has grown on the Moon, and is being seen as a significant step towards long-term space exploration.
Plants have been grown on the International Space Station before but never on the Moon.