Stock Photo: View of the now-defunct centrifuge at the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), now the Johnson Space Center (JSC) formerly located in the Flight Acceleration Facility, bldg 29. The 50-ft. arm can swing the three man gondola to create g-forces astronauts will experience during controlled flight and during reentry. The centrifuge was designed primarily for training Apollo astronauts.

View of the now-defunct centrifuge at the Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC), now the Johnson Space Center (JSC) formerly located in the Flight Acceleration Facility, bldg 29. The 50-ft. arm can swing the three man gondola to create g-forces astronauts will experience during controlled flight and during reentry. The centrifuge was designed primarily for training Apollo astronauts. : Stock Photo

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