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Six European volunteers have emerged from a simulated space capsule in Moscow after spending more than three months locked inside.
They were part of an experiment into how astronauts might deal with the very cramped conditions and prolonged isolation of a journey to Mars.
The four Russians, a German and a Frenchman seemed none the worse for wear after their "trip".
The capsule, without windows, had never left the ground during the 105 days.
next year another group of volunteers will enter the same cramped capsule and be sealed inside for a daunting 520 days - nearly a year and a half.
Originally posted by Extralien
...Well, goes to show that time is relevant to your perception then.
Makes you wonder why there was no clock? Maybe space travel does not need a clock for everyone to work out when they could/should be doing things...