Tardigrades survive exposure to space in low Earth orbit

@article{Jnsson2008TardigradesSE,
  title={Tardigrades survive exposure to space in low Earth orbit},
  author={K. Ingemar J{\"o}nsson and Elke Rabbow and Ralph O. Schill and Mats Harms-Ringdahl and Petra Rettberg},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={18},
  pages={R729-R731}
}
approach even when there were unambiguous perspective cues to retreat. Conversely, the mean of the function fitted to judgements of the female walker is below the neutral point, consistent with female walkers appearing to retreat even when there were unambiguous perspective cues to approach. These effects were independent of observer gender. The results demonstrate that the perceived direction-of-facing of an otherwise ambiguous point-light figure (see Supplemental data available on-line) is… CONTINUE READING
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