The Apollo 11 mission as told through the astronauts' heart rates

www.popsci.com | 7/18/2019 | Staff
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During that climb away from Florida, the three men felt a maximum of four Gs pushing them down—the equivalent of four times the force of Earth’s gravity. But their positions in the spacecraft—laying on their backs, their legs elevated—helped them tolerate those Gs. Had they been sitting straight up,...
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