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    • Body Mass of SL-4 CDR 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the change in body mass over the course of the SL-4 SMEAT flight simulation for "CDR" (Simulation Commander, Bob Crippen).
    • Body Mass of SL-3 CDR 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the change in body mass over the course of the SL-3 SMEAT flight simulation for "CDR" (Simulation Commander, Bob Crippen).
    • Body Mass of SL-2 CDR 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the change in body mass over the course of the SL-2 SMEAT flight simulation for "CDR" (Simulation Commander, Bob Crippen).
    • Body Mass of SL-4 PLT 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the change in body mass over the course of the SL-4 SMEAT flight simulation for "PLT" (Simulation Pilot, Bo Bobko).
    • SMEAT Commander Weight 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the change in weight over the course of SMEAT for "CDR" (Simulation Commander, Bob Crippen).
    • Orbital Weightlessness 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Figure demonstrating a method of determining mass during the weightlessness period of orbital spaceflight.
    • SMEAT Pilot Weight 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the change in weight over the course of SMEAT for "PLT" (Simulation Pilot, Bo Bobko).
    • Maximum Error of Two Scales as F(Mass) 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the maximum error of two scales, a hardware prototype and a laboratory prototype, as a function of mass (pounds weight). Caption states: "Experimental error curves with solid masses. Steep slope of curve is ...
    • Difference in Mass Determination by Mass Scale and Gravimetric Scales 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the percentage difference between the weights (in pounds) measured by mass scales and gravimetric scales of SMEAT subjects at three locations: San Antonio, TX; Los Angeles, CA; and Houston, TX.
    • Variation in 50 gm Calibration Point, SMMD-Skylab Mission 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph depicting the variations in SMMD (Specimen Mass Measurement Device) calibration points over the course of the 56-day SMEAT simulation Skylab missions.
    • Weight Loss Vs Caloric Intake 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph comparing the amount of weight lost per day (percentage) to the caloric intake per day (Cal per pound body weight) for all three of the SMEAT scientists during 3 mission simulations.
    • Figure 2.4.3-3. Body Mass SL 1/2 SPT. 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the changes in body mass before, during, and after flight simulation for "SPT" (Simulation Support, Dr. William Thornton).
    • Body Weight Change SL-4 Insertion and Recovery 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the body weight changes of the three SMEAT participants during the SL-4 mission and recovery days.
    • SMMD (Specimen Mass Measurement Device) 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Photograph of the "SMMD" (Specimen Mass Measurement Device) that was used to gather measurements of the human body's response to weightlessness during the SMEAT Skylab simulations.
    • Body Mass of SL-3 PLT 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the change in body mass over the course of the SL-3 SMEAT flight simulation for "PLT" (Simulation Pilot, Bo Bobko).
    • SMEAT Support Weight 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph showing the change in weight over the course of SMEAT for "SPT" (Simulation Support, Dr. William Thornton).
    • Figure 2.4.1-9 Average Peak Forces of 10 Repetitions Preflight and Post Flight for SL-3 SPT 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph depicting the average peak forces on the SL-3 SPT crewmember's right leg flexed, right leg extended, right arm flexed, and right arm extended.
    • Unnamed engineer at Southwest Research Institute with SMMD 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Photograph of an unnamed engineer testing the "SMMD" (Specimen Mass Measurement Device) that was used to gather measurements of the human body's response to weightlessness during the SMEAT Skylab simulations.
    • Figure 2.4.3-1 Leg Volumes of SL Crewmen 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph depicting the pre-flight, in-flight, and post-flight leg volumes for each of the 3 SMEAT crew members during the SL 1/2 and SL-3 tests.
    • Anthropometric Changes, SL-4 SPT 

      Thornton, William E. (William Edgar), 1929- (1972)
      Graph depicting the height and body circumference changes during the SMEAT SL-4 test for "SPT" (Simulation Support, Dr. William Thornton).