NASA Wants To Pay You $18,500 To Lie In Bed For 2 Months

NASA is currently offer volunteers €16,500 ($18,500) for the opportunity to lie in bed for two months to help them understand how artificial gravity can affect the human body.

NASA Wants To Pay You $18,500 To Lie In Bed For 2 Months
Mission Analogs - NASA is currently offer volunteers €16,500 ($18,500) for the opportunity to lie in bed for two months to help them understand how artificial gravity can affect the human body.

NASA Wants To Pay You $18,500 To Stay In Bed For 60 Days

If you are fond of taking a long sleep but couldn’t enjoy it because you have to earn as well! So, here we have got you the best offer ever. Yeah! you can earn money from your sleep.

NASA Analog Missions

Image Credit : NASA Analog Missions

Analog Missions - NASA study is recruiting volunteers to to lie in a bed that is tilted downward at a 6 degree angle for 60 days. Two months of absolute, compulsory rest and relaxation, all in the name of space exploration. For couch potatoes, it’s a highly regulated dream. However there are some requirements for the volunteers, that must be met – they must be between the age of 24 and 55, healthy and speak German. So, if you're a healthy non-smoking woman between the ages of 24 and 55 who is free from September to December 2019 and can go to Germany (you must also speak German) to participate, this might be something worth looking into!

Image Credit : NASA Analog Missions

Image Credit : NASA Analog Missions

One of the downsides of a bed-rest study is that participants actually cannot get up. All activities, such as eating and showering and peeing, must happen while they are lying down. A little gross, but surely they've got means to keep it all sanitary. And you get a private room, but your bed is tilted at a six degree angle, and your head it at the bottom.

NASA Analog Missions

Image Credit : NASA Analog Missions

This research will be a joint effort between NASA and the European Space Agency and the experiments will be conducted at a lab in Cologne, Germany, at Das Institut für Luft- und Raumfahrtmedizin, which translates to Institute for Aerospace Medicine.

$18,500 just to stay in bed for 60-days, not a bad deal! You can earn from your sleeping habit while participating in one of the important researches of NASA.