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Pascal Bary, trainer of Weightless, said: "His draw [three] is perfect, but Falbrav will be
I just felt my legs were lifeless, totally weightless.
The human being becomes a weightless subject in a sea of associations.
The progressive Weightless, winner of the Prix Dollar for trainer Pascal Bary at Longchamp on Saturday, is also likely to be added to the field at a cost of pounds 24,000 at Monday's supplementary stage.
Several of the mice will be injected with a protein called osteoprotegerin 24 hours before the flight to determine whether the substance prevents bone loss in a weightless environment.
The L-shaped plans vaguely allude to open books, but the original cumbersome allusion has been diluted and refined by the weightless luminosity of the final built forms.
It is all part of an experiment to find the effects of weightless in space on the female body.