ESA ESTEC Large Diameter Centrifuge
Video of the ESA ESTEC LDC from the central gondola, accelerating and decelerating.
Credits: Life & Physical Science, Instrumentation and Life Support Laboratory, TEC-MMG Department
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Danke! Danke f?r diese wertvollen Erkenntnisse.
err! i was just sick and then i blacked out!!! ta! i enjoyed!!
i would love to see a short item about this, describing what research uses it and the people who operate the thing!
I think whatever they ate before this, it must of gone from food to poo in 47 seconds
Up to 20 Gs according to the ESA website. I'm pretty sure they don't put humans in it though.
check out the Education pages on the ESA website (esa[dot]int) – search for Spin your Thesis! campaign. You will find more info there.
That is correct, not for humans!