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Data from parabolic flights and water immersion experiments

By Jinhu Guo (753152), Peiliang Wang (753153), Zheng Wang (25883) and Dongni Wang (753154)

Abstract

<p>These data consist of the results from a parabolic flight compaign and a water immersion experiment. For parabolic flights, Each flight consisted of 31 parabolas. Data from the following five phases (blocks) of each parabola (termed I – V) were sampled and analyzed. I, 1 g, approximately 45 s before the parabolic flights; II, ~1.8 g, during the ascending leg (hypergravity); III, mg at the apex (microgravity); IV, ~1.8 g during the descending leg (hypergravity) and V, 1 g, approximately 30 s before parabolic flights. For water immersion, the motion data were recorded for approximately 30 min on the land and equivalent underwater.</p

Topics: Behavioral Neuroscience, Parabolic flight, Water immersion, trunk, wrist, motion, heart rate
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.6084/m9.figshare.1446010.v1
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/1446010
Provided by: FigShare
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