The IMISS-1 Experiment for Recording and Analysis of Accelerations in Orbital Flight
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The IMISS-1 experiment represents the second step in solving the problem of the creation of the gaze stabilization corrector. This device is designed to correct the effect of the gaze stabilization delay under microgravity. IMISS-1 continues research started by the Tat’yana-2 satellite. This research will be continued on board the International Space Station. At this stage we study the possibility of registration of angular and linear accelerations acting on the sensitive mass in terms of Low Earth Orbit flight, using MEMS sensors.
KeywordsVestibulo-sensor conflict Gaze stabilization corrector Galvanic vestibular stimulation Accelerometer Stochastic model Vestibular organ
The studies are supported by the Russian Scientific Foundation, project 14-50-00029 (the development of theoretical basis for the gaze stabilization corrector) and by the Russian Foundation of Basic Research, project 16-01-00683 (the development of the processing algorithms for the experimental data) and M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University’s Prospects for Development program (Perspektivnye Napravleniya Razvitiya).
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