On International Space Station, Turkish astronaut investigating effects of low gravity on human voice

The first Turkish space traveler, Alper Gezeravci, is carrying out another scientific research named VocalCORD on Wednesday on the International Space Station, Anadolu Agency reports citing the Turkish Space Agency (TUA).

The VocalCORD experiment, developed by Istanbul’s Halic University, will try to detect disturbances in the physiology of the respiratory system from frequency changes in the voice with the support of smart watch artificial intelligence and to investigate the effects of low-gravity environments on the human voice.

The Ax-3 mission, with Gezeravci on board, launched late last week from NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Florida on a Falcon 9 rocket of private space company SpaceX, and later docked with the International Space Station, in orbit above Earth.

The four-person team will do more than 30 scientific experiments during their two-week stay, with Gezeravci responsible for 13 of them, or nearly half.

Previously, he carried out three scientific experiments on his list, Extremophyte, UzMAn and CRISPR-Gem.

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