Mars Time Ruins Scientists' Health

More than 250 NASA scientists working on the Mars Spirit rover mission are living on Mars time, a phenomenon that is creating one of the worst cases of collective jet lag on record. The time it takes for Mars to rotate on its axis--the length of a day--is 39 minutes and 35 seconds longer than Earth's rotation, so scientists must adjust their schedule that much later every day to keep up with Spirit. The shifting hours may seem like a nice excuse to sleep in at first, but by the time the...

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