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Does swimming experience help to adapt to weightlessness?

Swimming is excellent exercise in any case, but it does not really simulate weightlessness. If you simply do a dead-man's float you will be weightless at equilibrium, but in actual swimming more of ...
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Does swimming experience help to adapt to weightlessness?

I don't see a specific reason why swimming would help someone adapt to weightlessness, although space health and "how well someone can adapt to a microgravity environment" is still a very ...
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On space stations, what do they do with small solid particles which are free floating?

Microgravity actually has a protective effect from inhaled particles … weightlessness might offer some protection to an astronaut from certain contaminants which, if inhaled in a unit gravity ...
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How do astronauts get eye drops into their eyes?

Eye medications can also be instilled by soaking the drop into a strip of sterile blotter paper, then touching the paper to the inside of the lower lid. The volume of a drop is at least 10 times the ...
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