File:Copenhagen Suborbitals MSC 5.jpg

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English: The seat structure for the MSC (manned spacecraft). The occupant will be half-sitting, half-standing in order to minimize the diameter of the spacecraft. In order to sustain the G-forces the occupant will be wearing anti-G trousers, like the fighter pilots. The harness is for a crash test dummy flying to 40 km's altitude in June 2010. The seat structure for the manned MSC will allow room for a personal emergency parachute. Normal procedure will be to land in the capsule.
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Picture taken at an open house arrangement for engineers February 13th 2010 at the Copenhagen Suborbitals' lair.

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