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Dornier Bombers and Reconnaissance airplane 1925-1945
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Red blood cells. As shown in Table XV, there was essentially no change in red cell mass in Apollo 7 and 8 crewmembers. This might be due to the fact 5 to 7% nitrogen remained in the space cabins from the original prelaunch atmosphere (Figure 1) and had an inhibitory effect on red cell lysis. 4% in red cell mass. A significant loss of red cell mass occurred in the Apollo 9 mission. The space cabin atmosphere in this mission was different from that in the Apollo 7 and 8 spacecraft, since early in the flight.
A distortion of the recording). Fixed physiological sensing equipment can cause disconfort in astronauts, especially over a long period of time. It can also restrain their movements and intelfere with their performance. There are several well-known techniques of applying physiological sensors: (1) fixation with straps; (2) sewing into under-garments; (3) pasting on to the skin; (4) inserting into a natural body opening, such as the mouth cavity, an external ear canal, nostrils, etc. ; (5) insertioI].