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Where is the zero gravity chamber?


jzermeno said...

NASA does not have a zero gravity chamber. It is impossible to remove gravity from the earth. Astronauts train in the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL), a pool 40 feet deep, 202 feet long and 102 feet wide. This is the closest simulation to working in a zero gravity environment. You can see some pictures of the NBL in the Photo Album section of this website!

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