Dr Mohri demonstrating zero-g, STS-47

Dr Mohri demonstrating zero-g, STS-47

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Caption: Demonstration of weightlessness. Dr Mamoru Mohri next to a floating apple in the Spacelab-J science module. Mohri, the first Japanese scientist in space, was photographed during a space-to-Earth video conference with students in his native country. As well as demonstrating the effects of weightlessness, Mohri gave a description of the Spacelab-J mission and general information on space travel and space physics. Spacelab-J was carried by Shuttle Endeavour during the STS-47 mission of 12-20 September 1992, and was a joint venture between NASA and the NASDA, the Japanese space agency.

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Keywords: demonstration, experiment, in flight, mamoru, manned spaceflight, mission sts-47, mohri, space shuttle, spacelab-j, spacelab-j experiment, sts-47, weightlessness

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