Links to Magazine Articles
Months on Mir: May 1998
NASA astronaut Jerry Linenger
details of his five-month experience aboard the Mir
Scientist: Make Your Own Spherical Altitude Chamber
Learn how to run your own
altitude experiments using vacuum science. Test the
effects of altitude and pressure.
Read about a man who is lending
himself to science to study muscle performance at altitude.
Money in Space
Learn how space programs are
planning to open the skies up to space tourism in order
to raise money.
Taste of Weightlessness
A reporter's first-hand account
of NASA's zero-G simulator, "Vomit Comet".
and the Human Body
The effects of space travel
on the body resemble some of the conditions of aging.
Learn more about the effects of weightlessness.
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Coded Reminder Of Names You Misremember.
The U.S. Navy's experimental
Diving Unit, NEDU, is used to test underwater diving
equipment at various temperatures and pressures.
the Deepest Diver of All
Learn more about the submersible
that has carried over 10,000 people to depths as great
as 4,000 meters.