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01.29.08
 
Linda Loerch JSC2008-E-004103 (11 Jan. 2008) --- Linda Loerch, NASA Project Manager for the Exercise Countermeasures Project at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, stands in front of the Standalone Zero Gravity Locomotion Simulator (sZLS) at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) at Galveston, Texas. Bed rest analog studies using the sZLS will help researchers develop improved exercise protocols and better equipment for future space explorers.
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John Byard and James Brent Crowell JSC2008-E-004100 (11 Jan. 2008) --- John Byard, Wyle Research and Test Operations Safety Officer, runs on the Standalone Zero Gravity Locomotion Simulator (sZLS) at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) at Galveston, Texas. James Brent Crowell, right, Wyle exercise physiologist, serves as the operator of the device.
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Joe Sinka, John Byard and James Brent Crowell JSC2008-E-004098 (11 Jan. 2008) --- Joe Sinka, left, Wyle Exercise Countermeasures Project Senior Engineer, serves as the test director as John Byard, Wyle Research and Test Operations Safety Officer, runs on the Standalone Zero Gravity Locomotion Simulator (sZLS) at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) at Galveston, Texas. The sZLS, used in bed rest analog studies at UTMB, is a vertical treadmill that human subjects run on while suspended horizontally. James Brent Crowell, right, Wyle exercise physiologist, serves as the operator of the device.
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Standalone Zero Locomotion Simulator Team2007_00427_072 (April 27, 2007) -- Standalone Zero Locomotion Simulator Team: back row, Kelly Gilkey, Gail Perusek, Harold McKenzie, Nelson Morales, Christopher Sheehan; front row, Michael Rossiter, Steve Guzik, Dan Haas, Mark Savina.
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Standalone Zero Locomotion Simulator2007_00425_072 (April 27, 2007) -- Standalone Zero Locomotion Simulator in Exercise Countermeasures Laboratory at NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio.
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Standalone Zero Locomotion Simulator2007_00424_072 (April 27, 2007) -- Standalone Zero Locomotion Simulator in Exercise Countermeasures Laboratory at NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio.
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