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  • 19 (1): 9-14. PMID 7790810. doi:10.1007/bf02257185.  «Hawking takes zero-gravity flight» (en inglés británico). 27 de abril de 2007. Consultado el 3 de
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  • HowStuffWorks NASA - SpaceResearch - Human Physiology Research and the ISS: Staying Fit Along the Journey Zero gravity chair use the concept of weightlessness
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  • Artificial gravity (sometimes referred to as pseudogravity) is the creation of an inertial force that mimics the effects of a gravitational force, usually
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  • Micro-g environment (redirección desde Micro-gravity)
    several effects: Effects depending on relative position in the spacecraft: Because the force of gravity decreases with distance, objects with non-zero size
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  • into the environment of space can have negative effects on the human body. Significant adverse effects of long-term weightlessness include muscle atrophy
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  • Sex in space (redirección desde Sex in zero gee)
    many of which may affect sex and procreation. Such effects would be a result of factors including gravity changes, radiation, noise, vibration, isolation
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  • Gravitational biology is the study of the effects gravity has on living organisms. Throughout the history of the Earth life has evolved to survive changing
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  • seconds at near-zero g. Riding NASA's "Vomit Comet" provides near-zero g for about 25 seconds at a time. Artificial gravity Earth's gravity Euthanasia Coaster
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  • symbol j {\displaystyle j} and expressed in m/s3 (SI units) or standard gravities per second (g/s). Jerk can be expressed as the first time derivative of
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  • Space toilet (redirección desde Zero gravity toilet)
    A space toilet or zero gravity toilet is a toilet that can be used in a weightless environment. In the absence of weight, the collection and retention
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  • deflected by a few centimetres. The central axis of the habitat would be a zero-gravity region, and it was envisaged that recreational facilities could be located
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  • Aerospace physiology is the study of the effects of high altitudes on the body, such as different pressures and levels of oxygen. At different altitudes
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  • likelihood of human extinction. Difficulties and hazards include radiation exposure during a trip to Mars and on its surface, toxic soil, low gravity, the isolation
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  • Alcohol and spaceflight (categoría Human spaceflight)
    would be impossible in zero gravity and the volumes of liquid required are high. Space food Psychological and sociological effects of spaceflight Dickerson
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  • Space adaptation syndrome (categoría Human spaceflight)
    from the vestibular system. Your body just isn't built to deal with zero-gravity. But there's no way of predicting how someone will handle it. Someone
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  • Astronaut training (categoría Human spaceflight)
    The SVMF uses the Partial Gravity Simulator (PGS) and air bearing floor (PABF) to simulate the zero-gravity and the effects of Newton's laws of motion
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  • (radio quiet) 6-8 hour rest period during each 24-hour period; (5) in zero-gravity, loose restraints were provided to keep the crewmen from drifting; (6)
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  • to be addressed. The human physiological responses to long-duration exposure to anything other than zero-gravity or Earth's gravity are unknown. Research
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  • or airsickness). In the opposite case, such as when a person is in a zero-gravity environment or during a virtual reality session, the disoriented sensation
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  • Weight (categoría Physiology)
    reaction force exerted on a body by mechanisms that counteract the effects of gravity: the weight is the quantity that is measured by, for example, a spring
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  • to the potential systemic effects on terrestrially-evolved life forms that are so suitably adapted to Earth gravity. Humans in the microgravity environment
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  • Space medicine (redirección desde Space physiology)
    doi:10.1007/bf02257185. PMID 7790810. S2CID 11951292. "Hawking takes zero-gravity flight". BBC. 2007-04-27. Retrieved 2018-02-03. "Advanced Diagnostic
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