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    • circa 1971

    The blood cell counter was developed as part of the Inflight Medical Support System and intended for use in a zero-g environment.

    • 1965

    An unidentified man wearing a vest containing sensory equipment, standing beside monitoring gear for environmental chamber. Per the label on the vest, the equipment was fabricated for a NASA contract, NAS 9-3910, which…

    • 1965

    This cardiovascular reflex conditioning system was designed by Beckman Instruments' Space Engineering Group (SEG) in 1964 for NASA's Projects Gemini and Apollo. This system was part of astronauts' flight suits and would…

    • 1965

    This cardiovascular reflex conditioning system was designed by Beckman Instruments' Space Engineering Group (SEG) in 1964 for NASA's Projects Gemini and Apollo. This system was part of astronauts' flight suits and would…

    • 1965

    Phonocardiographs record and plot the sounds made by the heart. This instrument was designed for use by Project Gemini astronauts.

    • 1965

    Phonocardiographs record and plot the sounds made by the heart. This instrument was designed for use by Project Gemini astronauts.

    • 1964

    The system, designed for use in NASA's environment chambers, monitored oxygen, carbon dioxide, suit pressure, EEG, and heart rate.

    • 1964

    The system, designed for use in NASA's environment chambers, monitored oxygen, carbon dioxide, suit pressure, EEG, and heart rate.

    • 1965

    Electroencephalographs are used to monitor and record electrical activity of the brain. These were developed for NASA, for monitoring astronauts' brain activity.

    • 1965

    The oxygen transducer monitored a monkey's air supply on a 30 day Biosatellite Program mission.

    • 1965

    The oxygen transducer monitored a monkey's air supply on a 30 day Biosatellite Program mission.

    • 1965

    Electroencephalographs are used to monitor and record electrical activity of the brain. These were developed for NASA, for monitoring astronauts' brain activity.

    • circa 1969

    This instrument was created in 1968 by Beckman Instruments' Advanced Technology Operations (ATO) specifically for measuring the effect of space flight on calcium and creatinine levels in astronauts' urine. Colorimeters…

    • circa 1972

    This prototype CPE system was designed by Beckman Instruments' Advanced Technology Operations (ATO) for the NASA Skylab Program in 1972. Beckman sought to predict how CPE would function in a weightless environment,…

    • circa 1976

    Designed for NASA by Beckman Instruments' Advanced Technology Operations in 1976, this multiple fraction collector was part of the Beckman Continuous Particle Electrophoresis system used for separating biological…

    • circa 1961

    This gas chromatograph prototype was made by Beckman Instruments' Space Engineering Group for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). It would continuously monitor and provide readouts for up to eight…

    • 1965

    This cardiovascular reflex conditioning system was designed by Beckman Instruments' Space Engineering Group (SEG) in 1964 for NASA's Projects Gemini and Apollo. This system was part of astronauts' flight suits and would…

    • 1966

    In 1966, Beckman Instruments' Advanced Technology Operations (ATO) was responsible for some program support of this system made for NASA under subcontract to the (then) Lockheed Missiles and Space Company. Specifically,…

    • circa 1964

    This study was developed for NASA by Beckman Instruments' Space Engineering Group (SEG) in 1964. The SEG developed the prototype hardware required to store and analyze saliva from astronauts as part of monitoring their…

    • 1964

    This oxygen monitoring equipment was made by Beckman Instruments' Space Engineering Group (SEG) for NASA's Biosatellite Program under a subcontract to Hamilton Standard Division of United Aircraft Corporation. This…

    • circa 1965

    Kayser, a Beckman Instruments project engineer, is holding electroencephalograph electrodes and a signal conditioner. This oscilloscope-based device was used aboard at least one of the Gemini spacecrafts to monitor…