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Flying on NASA's Zero-Gravity Plane

NASA's Reduced Gravity Office has been an institute at NASA’s Johnson Space Center since 1959. It was actually used to aid the Mercury missions, after that Gemini, then Apollo, all the way over Skylab, the Shuttle program, and today's ISS initiatives.




Earlier this spring, Folks at Gizmodo got an invitation from Zach Barbeau, an engineering undergrad at Oklahoma State University. His group had been nominated, with some others from different colleges and universities, to fly their planned experiments onboard NASA's well-known zero gravity plane. They were permitted to request one journalist. And here is what they did on NASA's Crazy Zero-Gravity Plane………


Source: Gizmodo

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