NASA is looking for people to eat, sleep and live in bed for 60 days. Oh and they'll pay you $19,000 to do it.

Kinda sounds like a dream come true, right? I mean, who wouldn't want to get paid to lay in bed?

The only downside is that you can't leave the bed. That's right, you have to do literally everything lying down for 60 days. According to The Epoch Times, even lifting your head might be against the rules.

So, why does NASA want you to just lie around for 60 days? It's all part of their bed rest study to try and understand the "effects of artificial gravity on the body". Basically, laying in bed for 60 days does the same things to your body as spending time in space.

Honestly, I don't know if I could do it. Yes, lying around all day is one of my specialties, but living life in bed sounds pretty hard. Plus, you aren't even laying flat! Volunteers will be "put on a bed that is inclined at an angle of the 6 degrees at the head".

Yeah, I'll pass. But if it sounds like something right up your alley, then check out even more details and find out how to apply take a peek at more details here.