The future of man in space is uncertain. But if a NASA scientist manages to pull off a bizarre cloning experiment, human hope will cling to the planets of our solar system. Mars could be a clone base!
Will humanity be a clone population one day? Scientists are now trying to create dense, functional cellular tissue that can survive outside our planet. NASA would like to eliminate health risks for crews who would participate in longer flights to space in the future. The task of the medical experiment is to provide instant human organs. Ideally, they would be grown on Mars.
Bioengineers will try to make miracle tissue, which would be the basis of functioning organs, to grow under laboratory conditions. The basis for future success is to create at least one centimeter of raw tissue, whose 85% of the cells can survive for at least 30 days.