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This is the first time that the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre has collaborated so closely with another nation and testifies the desire of the Italian Air Force to maintain its strong level of know-how in the space medicine sector. Colonel Enrico Tomao, the head of flight and space medicine at CSV, is the Principal Investigator for a human physiology experiment designed to analyse the visceral receptor performance within an environment which rules out possible bias due to visual and gravitational inputs.
Orientation is mainly due to inputs from specialised sensors located in the eye, the inner ear, and joints and muscles. Recently new inputs have been revealed.
Some receptors in the kidneys and the thorax are also sensible to shifts of blood mass and contribute to the sense of subjective vertical: As this find is so recent, there is still little data on the effect this would have in an environment such as the ISS.
The first phase of the experiment was carried out when Vittori was still at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre near Moscow.
This results in the movement of fluids, mainly blood, toward the feet, thus stimulating the visceral receptors. The last phase of the experiment will be carried after re-entry to see the effects, if any, of prolonged exposure to microgravity.
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