Translife Mission Experiment Sees Mice Born at 25 RPM SpaceDaily

It is with great pleasure that the Mars Society announces that Minnie, the female participant in the Mars Society’s Translife Mission Coriolis force experiment, has given birth of a litter of approximately 6 healthy baby mice. The birth apparently took place over the weekend, with the youngsters first observed on the morning of October 15, 2001. The Translife Mission is a Mars Society program to determine whether mammals from Earth can live, give birth, and develop properly in Martian gravity.