As humans prepare for the future of the planet, mission planners are looking for answers to some questions about living in long-term space. One of the most confusing is “Can women conceive in space?” This is a fair question, because the future of mankind in space depends on our ability to breed there. The technical answer to this question is: Yes, it may be pregnant in space. No one knows that in space, it will prevent the egg and sperm from joining together to have children. Of course, a woman and her partner need to be able to actually have sex in space in order to get these cells together first. In addition, she and her partner must be fertile. You can check for periodic infertility, and then mom and dad can choose the right time to make the baby. However, it is more necessary than “doing action.” It turns out that there are many other obstacles that hinder everything needed to give birth to a baby and then continue to conceive after fertilization. The main problem of becoming and maintaining pregnancy in space is radiation and low gravity environments. It is important to understand both.