London, May 19 (ANI): A pair of Australian entrepreneurs have developed a full-bodied beer, which they believe can pass the trials of being drunk in zero gravity by space tourists.
What does ZG stand for?
ZG stands for Zero Gravity
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- Zentrum für Zahnästhetik GmbH (Germany)
- Zero Five Zero (gaming clan)
- Zonular Free Zone (ophthalmology)
- Zaklad Fizjologii Zwierzat Kregowych (Polish: Department of Vertebrate Animal Physiology; Warsaw University)
- Canal Zone to Guantanamo (routing designation; US Navy)
- Zach Galifianakis (actor and comedian)
- Zagreb (Croatia)
- Zap Gun
- Zen Garden
- Zeptogram (10 E^-21, one sextillionth)
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going up into the (International) Space Station, low earth orbit satellites, things like that that humans can go onto," Castillo told AFP's first manned space mission, Vostok Space Stout was taste-tested at zero gravity by an "astronaut for hire" who gave it the thumbs-up after consuming almost a litre of the brew on a parabolic tests were physio-chemical only -- "no taste-testing involved for us," he added.
The flights will be conducted in cooperation with Zero-Gravity Corp where the aircraft will fly approximately 30 climbs and dips during experimental flights to produce periods of weightlessness and hyper-gravity ranging from zero gravity to twice the Earth's gravity.
Noah Fulmor and Erin Finnegan will be floating -- possibly upside down -- as they say "I do" in a specially modified Boeing 727-200 departing Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral on June 20, a statement from Zero Gravity Corporation said.
Zero Gravity Corporation boss Peter H Diamandis said: "We had a wonderful time.
Tonight, at around 7pm, the renowned Cambridge professor will experience the weightlessness of space at first hand on a zero gravity trip over the Atlantic.
The flight, operated by Zero Gravity Corporation, a Fort Lauderdalebased space tourism and entertainment company, will take off and return to a landing strip at the Kennedy Space Centre.
Branson and his peers are confining themselves to sub-orbital travel for now: blastoff, a few minutes of zero gravity at the edge of space, then back again.