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experiment m-3: in-flight exerciserThe response of the cardiovascular system to a quantified workload is an index of the general physical condition of an individual. Utilizing mild exercise as a provocative stimulus, no significant decrement in the physical condition of either of the two astronauts could be detected during the Gemini V mission. The rate of return of the pulse rate to pre-exercise levels, following in-flight exercise periods, was essentially the same as that observed during preflight baseline studies.
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Dietlein, Lawrence F.
(NASA Manned Spacecraft Center United States)
Rapp, Rita M.
(NASA Manned Spacecraft Center United States)
Date Acquired
September 7, 2013
Publication Date
January 6, 1966
Publication Information
Publication: Manned Space-Flight Experiments: Gemini V Mission
Subject Category
Aerospace Medicine
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Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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