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Predictive simulation of gait on Mars?

In the Journal of Biomechanics, Volume 45, Issue 7, 30 April 2012, Pages 1293-1298, Predictive simulation of gait at low gravity reveals skipping as the preferred locomotion strategy (PDF file of an ...
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Proposed methods to use electromagnetic force to replace gravity beyond boots?

I have been wondering if there have been any serious proposed methods to try to recover some functions of gravity with electromagnetic forces for astronauts in space. Fields generated in the floor of ...
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Do astronauts play reduced gravity sports when folks on Earth aren't watching? Ever quasi-regularly? If so, what sports?

Astronauts on space stations routinely do things for their own entertainment and also things for public outreach/entertainment of folks on Earth. Videos below are examples. But I'm curious about any ...
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Any published biophysics or sports physics research on how much top running speed might change on Mars or the Moon? (Indoors, not in a suit.)

Thanks for reopening!: How fast could a person run on the Moon? asks for users to make their own conclusions. Here I'm making a reference-request for research and results. Related but different: How ...
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Very Low Gravity Bicycle

There are a couple of existing questions about riding bicycles off of Earth. Designing a bicycle for Mars? Can you ride a bicycle on Deimos? Bicycles are lightweight and proved a reliable method ...
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Do penitentes predicted on Europa only apply to snow-covered areas and not bare ice?

This answer to What would ice-skating be like on Europa? cautions that it might be difficult because there may be penitentes which Wikipedia explains are snow formations. It links to EarthSky.org's ...
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