A.I : type 1,2,3 H2O tech: zero gravity simulator

artificial intelligence
level type 1,2,3 H2O technologies
simulators of zero gravity

by Henryk Szubinski
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the concept simulator presented here has

similarities with neutral buoyancy but on greater levels of non H2O usage :
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first: what is neutral buoyancy training and then what is type 1,2,3 H2O technology.
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The Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) is an astronaut training facility maintained by and located at the Sonny Carter Training Facility on NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.[1] The NBL consists of a large indoor pool of water, the largest in the world,[citation needed] in which astronauts may perform simulated EVA tasks in preparation for upcoming missions. The NBL contains full-sized mock-ups of the Space Shuttle cargo bay, flight payloads, and the International Space Station (ISS).[2]
The principle of neutral buoyancy is used to simulate the weightless environment of space.[1] First the suited astronauts are lowered into the pool using an overhead crane. Once this is done the suited astronauts weighted in the water by support divers so that they experience no buoyant force and no rotational moment about their center of mass.[1] The suits worn in the NBL are down-rated from fully flight-rated EMU suits like those in use on the space shuttle and International Space Station.

data and image courtesy of Wikipedia.
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following data is my own :
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basic rubber or polymer bubble divided into 2 section so that any human interactions function on enterance into the bubble and closure by way of protective polymer type BODY SUIT
the top levels and the base levels are then inflated with O2 or H2O repectively or in combinations of the simulations of gravity, anti gravity, zero gravity.
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