Should you ever be called on to repair external surfaces of an orbital space station, you'll have acquired some of the requisite skills by the end of this Incredible Adventures package. The Russian Space Agency's Hydrolab is a place real-life astronauts go to simulate weightlessness in a 12 meter-deep neutral buoyancy tank. If you're a certified diver of the right height and weight, you're eligible for similar training using the coolest swimwear imaginable: an Orlan space suit fitted with biometric sensors to check health readings as you complete a series of underwater tasks.
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