A few images from late summer 1998 micro-gravity material testing flights.   I experienced 150 parabolas over three days.  At approximately 20 secs of zero G with each parabola that is a total of around 50 minutes in micro-gravity.  Thanks NASA.

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Me with NASA's KC-135A aircraft.  I learned why they call it the Vomit Comet.


The aircraft's flight profile.


The experiment (injection of epoxy adhesive in micro-gravity environment).

Testing a hand tool.


Testing the effects of zero-g.

  More testing of the effects of zero-g.

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