Journal of Cosmology published a "Sex on Mars" report which is extensively written about "sex with a view to the Earth. " A growing number of curious people want answers to questions about sex in space, but the U.S. space agency (NASA) has consistently refused to answer such questions.
"Tourist flights into space are becoming more popular, and kissing with a view of the Earth, for many it will be a true aphrodisiac,"said Laura Woodmansee, author of "Sex in the universe".
In a separate chapter in polemics and anti-gravity effects on menstruation and fertility, and childbirth options in space or on another planet, like Mars. Will a child born on Mars become the first Martian?
The authors are tried to find out more information from NASA in the magazine, but all they managed to get a short statement stating that the 'Code of Professional Responsibility', from their astronaut expects 'ongoing commitment to honorable behavior'.