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Motion sickness during parabolic flights
The German Aerospace Center (DLR) connects every first-time flyer to measuring equipment on each parabolic flight. During the flight programme that concluded in March 2010, the equipment recorded how motion sickness indicators manifested themselves on first-time flyers experiencing weightlessness on board the Airbus A300. In this interview, DLR researcher Dr Bernd Johannes explains why these data are important for astronauts.
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Last update: 23/03/2010 14:46:36
DLR Parabolic Flight
DLR Parabolic flights
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