M.I.T./Canadian vestibular experiments on the Spacelab-1 mission: 4. Space motion sickness: symptoms, stimuli, and predictability

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Space sickness symptoms were observed by 4 specially trained observers on Spacelab-1. Three reported persistent symptoms, and vomited repeatedly during the first and/or second day of flight. Head movements on all axes were provocative, particularly in pitch and roll. Head acceleration data recorded from 2 symptomatic crewmen showed that after several hours… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00237749

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@article{Oman1986MITCanadianVE, title={M.I.T./Canadian vestibular experiments on the Spacelab-1 mission: 4. Space motion sickness: symptoms, stimuli, and predictability}, author={Charles M. Oman and Beate Lichtenberg and Kristina Money and R. K. McCoy}, journal={Experimental Brain Research}, year={1986}, volume={64}, pages={316-334} }