Shared April 2, 2019
In the Ashton Graybiel Spatial Orientation Laboratory at Brandeis University, there's the Artificial Gravity Facility: otherwise known as the rotating room. No-one's invented futuristic gravity plating yet, but if you want to test how humans would cope with artificial gravity, this is the best way.
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More about the Ashton Graybiel Spatial Orientation Laboratory: https://www.brandeis.edu/graybiel/
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