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Astronaut~I wanted to be one so badly when I was a child and still do, if I'm totally honest; however, I get sick on anything that spins faster than a carousel, I'm claustrophobic, I hate flying and I'm not very good with heights either...ah well.

Astronaut~I wanted to be one so badly when I was a child and still do, if I'm totally honest; however, I get sick on anything that spins faster than a carousel, I'm claustrophobic, I hate flying and I'm not very good with heights either...ah well.

Now you can watch Gravity while in zero gravity

Now you can watch Gravity while in zero gravity

Underwater photograph of the Neutral Buoyancy Space Simulator, Huntsville, AL showing divers and a full-scale model of a spacecraft in the tank. This was built in 1955 to provide simulated zero-gravity environment in which engineers, designers, and astronauts could perform the various phases of research needed to gain firsthand knowledge concerning design and operation problems associated with working in space.

Underwater photograph of the Neutral Buoyancy Space Simulator, Huntsville, AL showing divers and a full-scale model of a spacecraft in the tank. This was built in 1955 to provide simulated zero-gravity environment in which engineers, designers, and astronauts could perform the various phases of research needed to gain firsthand knowledge concerning design and operation problems associated with working in space.

Neutral Buoyancy Simulator, Huntsville, AL offered an environment similar to the zero-gravity of space by floating people and test hardware in a large pool of water. Engineers and astronauts developed hardware and practiced procedures in this tank from its completion in 1968 through its decommissioning in 1997.

Neutral Buoyancy Simulator, Huntsville, AL offered an environment similar to the zero-gravity of space by floating people and test hardware in a large pool of water. Engineers and astronauts developed hardware and practiced procedures in this tank from its completion in 1968 through its decommissioning in 1997.

Floatation Tank Austin, TX - ZERO GRAVITY INSTITUTE - Home Page

Floatation Tank Austin, TX - ZERO GRAVITY INSTITUTE - Home Page

Let the Stress Float Away  Relax in a float tank at Float First in Chesapeake, Virginia.  The float tanks contain 10 inches of super-saturated salt solution, creating an environment similar to the Dead Sea.  Float effortlessly for 1 hour, while experiencing the effect of zero gravity on your body.  Benefits include lower stress levels, increased concentration, improved athletic performance, and detoxification of the body.

Let the Stress Float Away Relax in a float tank at Float First in Chesapeake, Virginia. The float tanks contain 10 inches of super-saturated salt solution, creating an environment similar to the Dead Sea. Float effortlessly for 1 hour, while experiencing the effect of zero gravity on your body. Benefits include lower stress levels, increased concentration, improved athletic performance, and detoxification of the body.

"Shein: White Applique V Neck Tank Top" by mymilla ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Gucci, Hipstapatch, Zero Gravity, Kreepsville 666, Olympia Le-Tan, Anya Hindmarch and Diane Von Furstenberg

"Shein: White Applique V Neck Tank Top" by mymilla ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Gucci, Hipstapatch, Zero Gravity, Kreepsville 666, Olympia Le-Tan, Anya Hindmarch and Diane Von Furstenberg

Dancing on the Ceiling: Art & Zero Gravity. The artists represented in this exhibition explore—and on occasion create—the condition of weightlessness on earth, using photography, sculpture, installation, film, and video. Their pieces feature floating performers, a public flotation tank, and skateboarders who flout the laws of physics. They evoke the golden age of space exploration and the dreams of the counter-culture.

Dancing on the Ceiling: Art & Zero Gravity. The artists represented in this exhibition explore—and on occasion create—the condition of weightlessness on earth, using photography, sculpture, installation, film, and video. Their pieces feature floating performers, a public flotation tank, and skateboarders who flout the laws of physics. They evoke the golden age of space exploration and the dreams of the counter-culture.

"Saving Zach and Gray Mitchell from the Indominus Rex" by teenglader on Polyvore featuring Miss Selfridge, Frye, Zero Gravity and Kawasaki

"Saving Zach and Gray Mitchell from the Indominus Rex" by teenglader on Polyvore featuring Miss Selfridge, Frye, Zero Gravity and Kawasaki

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