The space station ISS – therefore a cold war in space threatens

ISS has been called a peace project and has in many ways been a successful international cooperation between a number of different . There, the astronauts have been guinea pigs for research on how humans react for a longer period of in the weightlessness of space, to better understand how life on, for example, a lunar base would take shape – or on a trip to Mars.

The activities of the have been permeated by the idea of ​​exploration for the good of humanity – not the good of different nations. Maybe that’s about to change now.

In the you will hear: Ulrika Björkstén, Swedish ’s science commentator, Marie-Louise Kristola, Swedish Radio’s , and Camilla Widebeck from SR’s science editorial .

Podcast leader
Gustaf Klarin

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