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25 years after the D1 mission


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Title 25 years after the D1 mission
Author Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)
License No Open Access License:
German copyright law applies. This film may be used for your own use but it may not be distributed via the internet or passed on to external parties.
DOI 10.5446/12865
Publisher Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)
Release Date 2010
Language English

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Subject Area Engineering
Abstract The first German Spacelab mission lasted seven days and was the first mission where Germany had its own experiments for which the Germans were solely responsible.
Keywords space
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there staunchest this Mr. Wong the 1st German space let mission D-1 began almost 30 of October 1985 it lasted 7 days and was the 1st mission where we had our own German experiments for which we was solely responsible
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shady but I'm standing here in this space lab module that went up into space with us here here in 1 and on the other side the other half was if you have to imagine it to you it's 8 enough meters long with a diameter of 4 meters chock-full of these instruments or amid a small maritime linked to the space shuttle and space shuttle want here and here in this space lab we had the same sort of typical arrangement that in part could still be found on the international space station today doubled cabinet the called bubble racks on me with a subject of experiments or about one-third of the experiments with dedicated to studying human physiology
so large for example measurements of blood displacement and the influence of weightlessness on cellular fluid adores ordered all we also measured bone density and investigated he organs of balance was similar but this was full of reasons for the refueling said here a sled ran lengthwise we used to accelerate or rotate ourselves in order to see how our sense of orientation would react to the absence of gravity within the body size no all killings so especially on a typical example of the cooperation between the European Space Agency and the German center the and Space Research which back then was his D.
N. V. a lot Was the glove box inside it we could work with toxic substances with fluid that we wouldn't have wanted to distributed evenly here fears that camera that was used now and again to observe what kinds it was very important for showing the results of our experiments on plant growth for example and strong known here they come along we used it to transmit results directly to the actual scientists on the ground water or quantitative then
decide whether to continue the experiment will place another 1 in the sequence all on the and sometimes it was very important for repairs as well to tuition they want expected of course but still you had to react quickly I could remember very well I once had a pipe that was incorrectly flattened mounted so in the middle of all and saw it in 2 and do it together again or at the time I cheekily for I really so it through I can only do it once the trio's guys is a weightless environment down his way your legs a positions finds I saw In this case here but nevertheless in the gravity free environment you have the opportunity to use all 3 dimensions and you often have to tell yourself over in order to use for example the storage draws on the ceiling for God and that it's ceiling here but naturally it could just as well be the floor commitment Watson so if you look at a cross-section of the station Del bus maintain a sensible orientation it narrow toward the top and that corresponded to the way the instruments with labeled as he'd
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of this mission work very well documented they led in part to the updating of text books and new production technologies we know for example very much more about what happens in weightless conditions to biological substances and what happens then to humans can be explained by iron
space there from 1 week of experimenting on space lab during the D-1 mission to 52 weeks on Columbus on board the International Space Station but without the broad experience of space that these experiments would not have been as quantitatively useful or is fascinating to carry out of the
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