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Here's what astronauts can teach us about coping with isolation

Space and Earth are very different, yet similar problems exist. Image: Unsplash/NASA

Nathan Smith

Research Fellow Psychology, Security and Trust, University of Manchester

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Astronauts have to live and work in isolated conditions. Image: NASA
Astronauts know a thing or two about isolation. Image: NASA

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