First Animals to Survive in Space

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This short documentary brought to you by the people at VICE explores the ‘Water Bear’ which is known as the first organism that can withstand the vacuum of space. The European Space Agency experimented with these invertebrates and found that they can survive the harsh conditions, vacuum and radiation found in space.

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