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Analogs of Microgravity : Space Research without Leaving the Planet Parabolic flight as a spaceflight analog

@inproceedings{Shelhamer2016AnalogsOM,
  title={Analogs of Microgravity : Space Research without Leaving the Planet Parabolic flight as a spaceflight analog},
  author={M. Shelhamer},
  year={2016}
}
Shelhamer M. Parabolic flight as a spaceflight analog. J Appl Physiol 120: 1442–1448, 2016. First published January 21, 2016; doi:10.1152/japplphysiol.01046.2015.—Groundbased analog facilities have had wide use in mimicking some of the features of spaceflight in a more-controlled and less-expensive manner. One such analog is parabolic flight, in which an aircraft flies repeated parabolic trajectories that provide short-duration periods of free fall (0 g) alternating with high-g pullout or… Expand

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