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AUDIMIR: Directional Hearing at Microgravity

In October 1991 the first Austrian cosmonaut spent one week on board the Soviet space station MIR. One of the 14 experiments carried out there was AKG's AUDIMIR, a psychoacoustics technological experiment. AUDIMIR was designed to investigate the accuracy of directional hearing and its role as part of the human orientation system at microgravity.

JAES Volume 41 Issue 4 pp. 239-247; April 1993
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