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 Do astronauts sleep in a bed?

Answer While in outer space, astronauts typically sleep in sleeping bags strapped to a bunk bed, chair or the wall. Space shuttles generally contain only four bunk beds, so on missions that include more t... Read More »
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How astronauts sleep in space?

I had the experience of sleeping in space when I was in a probe to the moon in the Apollo 11 mission. Astronauts have sleeping bags to sleep in, it helps people to not drift around when sleeping. I... Read More »
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How many hours do astronauts sleep each night?

Astronauts generally sleep eight hours each night, according to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Since there is no gravity in space, astronauts sleep in sleeping bags and attach t... Read More »
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What is the thing astronauts sleep on called?

a wall. they sleep in a sleeping bag against the wall of theier craft.
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I can't sleep because the withdraws of Percecet, I can't sleep, how can I sleep better?

Learn relaxing techniques, deep breathing, stretching, laying flat on your back in bed and listening to each breath and feeling your heartbeat and blood flowing through your body. Concentrate on y... Read More »
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