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Work for NASA: Lie in Bed for 15 Weeks

Academics / General Science : Science & Health from Newser

Best job ever? NASA wants test subjects to spend 15 weeks in bed and get paid about $5,000 a month for doing it, the Metro reports. Sounds like a dream job (literally), until you realize that you'd be prohibited from sitting up or s...

Need 70 days off your feet? NASA pays volunteers $18K to lie in bed

Technology / Gadgets : CNET: The Cheapskate

That's astronaut Mike Fincke participating in the third of four spacewalks performed by the Expedition 9 crew during their six-month mission. (Credit: NASA) If you just can't get out of bed, NASA might have a mission for you. A NASA...

NASA Offers Volunteers $18,000 To Lie In Bed For 70 Days

News : The Inquisitr - News

NASA are looking for volunteers to lie in bed for 70 days, and they will pay those who successfully apply $18,000 for their time. NASA’s Countermeasure and Functional Testing lab have released an advert for the position which explai...

Lying in bed for the sake of science

Academics / Astronomy : EurekAlert: Space

(NASA/Johnson Space Center) Twelve volunteers will arrive this week at the German Space Agency's (DLR) Institute of Aerospace Medicine's :envihab facility to lie in bed for a month in the name of science. NASA's Human Research Progr...

Do You Have the Right Stuff to Be a NASA Pillownaut?

Academics / General Science : Wired: Science

NASA will pay you $160 per day to lay in bed — and they’ve got plenty of takers. In the past, lying on your stomach at a slight downward angle for months on end has stood in for the effects of nearly no gravity. Now, the scientists ...

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