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THE ALPHA LISTENER

There’s a for astronauts at Johnson Space Center. But there’s also another gym featuring the equipment modified for zero gravity that they’ll eventually use on the space station: a treadmill, spin bike, and exercise rack with a flywheel and pistons along with barbells and cables.

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