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Nec pluribus impar, The idiosyncratic sensory of an extraterrestrial anthropology. Research residency in weightlessness at the “Observatoire de l’Espace”

Vincent Battesti

« Nec pluribus impar: sensoriel idiosyncrasique d’une anthropologie extraterrestre. Résidence de recherche en impesanteur de l’Observatoire de l’Espace »
Possible translated by: Nec pluribus impar, The idiosyncratic sensory of an extraterrestrial anthropology. Research residency in weightlessness at the “Observatoire de l’Espace”
Observatoire de l’Espace, Retour de vol ZERO-G (3 April 2022) —
Online: https://cnes-observatoire.fr/ode-re...
 PDF: https://hal.science/hal-03633251

 Abstract:

“Anthropologist Vincent Battesti took part in the Observatoire de l’Espace (CNES) weightlessness research residency. He first observed a first flight campaign from the ground, then boarded the Zero-G Airbus. He tells us about his experience and observations during the parabolic flight.”

Upside down, experience of weightlessness on board of Novespace’s Airbus Zero-G, on March 9, 2022, over the North Atlantic. by Vincent Battesti

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Vincent Battesti , "Nec pluribus impar, The idiosyncratic sensory of an extraterrestrial anthropology. Research residency in weightlessness at the “Observatoire de l’Espace” " (online), Anthropoasis | vbat.org, page published 3 April 2022 (consulted 23 May 2024), available on: https://vbat.org/article966