Parabolic training bookings

What goes up, must come down! But during this 2 stages, you will have an outside body experience if you are floating totally free and experience a very strange feeling called weightlessness! During zeroG flights (or parabolic flights) you will make a deep friendship with different g-forces. Min. 10 times in a row! But, it is still worth to have this changing forces, because: Floating free could addict you to the weightlessness and prepare you for optimal experience of your possible space flight!

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Spaceflight Novespace Parabolic boeing flights

by Novespace

Before the parabolic manoeuvre, the aircraft flies horizontally, at an altitude of 20 000 ft. The crew prepare for the parabola by steadily increasing speed to about 810 km/h, the maximum authorized for this type of aircraft. The pilot then pulls back steadily on the stick, and the aircraft ascends nose-up until it attains an attitude of 47°, at an altitude of about 25 000 ft . During this phase, referred to as the “entry phase”, a powerful sensation of weight, or hypergravity, is ...
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Spaceflight Zero G Parabolic boeing flights

by Zero G

Before starting a parabola, G-FORCE ONE flies level to the horizon at an altitude of 24,000 feet. The pilots then begins to pull up, gradually increasing the angle of the aircraft to about 45° to the horizon reaching an altitude of 34,000 feet. During this pull-up, passengers will feel the pull of 1.8 Gs. Next the plane is “pushed over” to create the zero gravity segment of the parabola. For the next 20-30 seconds everything in the plane is weightless. Next a gentle pull-out is started whic...
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