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Exposure to acceleration during manned spaceflight

Exposure to acceleration during manned spaceflight
Exposure to acceleration during manned spaceflight

Space flight is normally associated with exposure to reduced acceleration (microgravity) and the medical consequences are well described. However, it inevitably also requires periods of increased acceleration during ascent and descent. These periods, although short in comparison to the length of the flight, are classified as long-duration by physiologists. The biological consequences for man [text incomplete]

0007-084X
360-362
Harling, C.C.
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Harling, C.C.
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Harling, C.C. (1989) Exposure to acceleration during manned spaceflight. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 42 (7), 360-362.

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Abstract

Space flight is normally associated with exposure to reduced acceleration (microgravity) and the medical consequences are well described. However, it inevitably also requires periods of increased acceleration during ascent and descent. These periods, although short in comparison to the length of the flight, are classified as long-duration by physiologists. The biological consequences for man [text incomplete]

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Published date: August 1989

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Local EPrints ID: 428878
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/428878
ISSN: 0007-084X
PURE UUID: d5ca275a-1452-4bda-bd57-a86aa081f20c
ORCID for C.C. Harling: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-5122-2568

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Last modified: 07 Oct 2020 02:13

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