NASA scientists say astronauts shouldn’t masturbate in space

A NASA scientist has issued a stern warning to male astronauts: absolutely do not masturbate in space.

People who venture outside of our atmosphere are not advised to indulge in weightlessness.

The reason? Female astronauts could accidentally be impregnated with parasitic fluids.

It turns out that there are strict guidelines regarding such activity.

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It may sound surprising, but even the smallest amount of fluid released aboard a spacecraft could cause huge problems.

A NASA engineer named Smythe answered Conan O’Brien’s questions on his podcast Conan O’Brien needs a friend.

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He asked about the astronaut’s most private moments – and his first question to Smythe was whether he had ever sent pornographic material to the International Space Station.

“No, none of that,” Smythe replied.

“Does porn work in weightlessness? He goes everywhere,” O’Brien asked.

“Three female astronauts can be impregnated by the same man in the same session…it finds its way,” Smyth replied.

The mind is confused…

Meanwhile, when Nasa staff didn’t answer questions about masturbation in space recently, they released some truly stunning images of the galaxy.

After several days of heartbreak, NASA has unveiled four highly anticipated deep space photos from the James Webb Space Telescope and the images are spectacular.

For the first time in history, humans can see detailed photos of the wonders of the universe, including the Carina Nebula, the South Ring Nebula, Stephan’s Quintet and the most detailed spectrum of an exoplanet .

The first published photo is Webb’s study of the hot gas giant WASP-96b located about 1,150 light-years from Earth. The study produced a spectrum with points similar to wavelengths.

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