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The Surprisingly Cozy Truths of Sleeping in Space

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Positivity     39.00%   
   Negativity   61.00%
The New York Times
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In space, they don’t need them because their head holds itself up.It’s a far cry from the spacious beds we have on Earth, but it’s still better than the shared sleeping compartment on the space shuttle, which Mike Massimino, a former NASA astronaut, describes as “a big slumber party.” The trick, Massimino says, was to remember to strap your sleeping bag to the wall so your body wouldn’t drift around during the night.

As said here by Daniel Oberhaus