NASA’s New Study Will Let You Earn £14k or $18k To Stay In Bed for 60 Days
Yes, you read the title correct you will be getting paid to be in bed for 2 months or 60 days and this will be paid by NASA. To make the lives of their astronauts a bit better while they’re up in space, NASA has begun conducting studies on the human body and needs volunteers.
No, before you worry about what NASA is about to do to the volunteers, know that these studies are harmless. They just want to understand the effects of a weightless environment on the human body. This will help them make the lives of the astronauts living in space in the space stations a bit better.
1Staying in bed and getting paid?
Yes, you can get £14k or $18,616 for staying in bed and that will be given by NASA. If you’re someone who loves being in bed and wants to get paid then this is great news for you. NASA is looking for volunteers who can stay in bed for two months and are willing to pay them for it.
2Why will NASA pay people to stay in bed?
NASA is doing this for a study. They have partnered up with German Aerospace Centre (DLR) for creating an Artificial Gravity Bed Rest. This study will check the effects of being in a weightless environment on the human body. This will help them make better equipment for astronauts who have to stay in a weightless environment for months.
3There’s a catch
There’s just one tiny problem. NASA is only looking for female recruits who are between 24 and 55 years of age. NASA is not looking for male recruits and will reject any who apply. The female recruits who apply need to be in perfect health and from the desired age group.
4What will the volunteers have to do?
If you’re wondering what the volunteers will have to do for the 60 days, it’s in the title. NASA needs the volunteers to do exactly what they said, stay in bed for 60 days. That’s it, stay in bed and perform all daily required tasks in bed for 60 days and get paid for it.
5NASA is even giving bonuses
If you’re thinking that lying down for 2 months will get boring