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Effect of Microgravity Upon Kinematic, Dynamic and Electromyographic Characteristics of Human Locomotion (Lokomotsii)
04.26.13

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Experiment Overview

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Brief Summary

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Sponsoring Space Agency

Russian Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos)

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Experiment Description

Research Overview

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Description

Kinematical and dynamic locomotion characteristics prior and after space flight.

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Applications

Space Applications

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Operations

Operational Requirements

Bi-lateral video filming, tensometry, miography, pose metric equipment.

Operational Protocols

Preflight: L-20-30 days; Postflight: 1, 5, and 20 days; 45 min for one session.

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Imagery

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