Pushing the boundaries of human physical performance in Space

20160507-TimPeakeMarathonMajor Tim Peake completed the London Marathon from the International Space Station on April 24th, setting a new Guinness World Record. Running a 26-mile marathon is difficult enough for even the fittest of us, but running 250 miles above the Earth in zero-gravity has its own challenges. As Tim prepares to return to Earth, Space to Earth Challenge Sponsor, Blue Abyss, tells us what it really takes to run a marathon in Space. Whilst there are many challenges, you’ll be surprised to read that there is one big advantage too!   Read more here: http://www.blueabyss.uk/index.php/news-section/blue-abyss-blog/666-pushing-the-boundaries-of-human-physical-performance-in-space

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