Published: Jan 1966
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The low-pressure chambers discussed include those of both the Crew Systems Division and the Structures and Mechanics Division of the NASA Manned Spacecraft Center at Houston, Tex. A brief description of the facilities and their status and of anticipated tests is presented.
space environment, space chambers, vacuum, human factors, biomedical measurements
Chappee, J. H.
Head, Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Tex.
Hessberg, R. R.
assistant chief for medical support, Manned Spacecraft Center, NASA, Houston, Tex.
Hawkins, W. R.
Chief, Environmental Medicine Center Medical Office, Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Tex.
Paper ID: STP46443S