Earl F. Miller

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Four carefully selected military personnel undergoing flight training were exposed to constant rotation at a speed of 10 RPM for 12 days in the Pensacola Slow Rotation Room. Environmental and working conditions simulated in many respects those which might obtain in a rotating orbiting spacecraft. The findings are discussed under three headings: clinical(More)
One of the Skylab experiments dealt with motion sickness, comparing susceptibility in the workshop aloft with susceptibility preflight and postflight. Tests were conducted on and after mission-day 8 (MD 8) by which time the astronauts were adapted to working conditions. Stressful accelerations were generated by requiring the astronauts, with eyes covered,(More)