By P. Mercado, J. Miranda, including the Natter and other rare and unusual types., Technical history of Germany's World War II experiments with vertical takeoff aircraft
Technical background of Germany's global battle II experiments with vertical takeoff airplane, together with the Natter and different infrequent and weird varieties.
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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.
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