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NASA officials say collaborative relations with their foreign counterparts are generally good. But several of the teams planning station research facilities acknowledge special difficulties working with the Russians, who are not yet fully participating in joint science planning for the station. Russian health research has not impressed NASA’s investigators, Copyright 1996 Scientific American, Inc. , Russia, Japan, Canada and Europe—will compose the space station. The central truss will support solar panels to generate power and radiators to dispose of excess heat.
At the age of four, seeing Olga Korbut’s gold-medal-winning gymnastic feats made Forster vow to go to the Olympics. The opportunity to become an Olympic athlete presented itself in Forster’s backyard, where her father, an expert rifleman and an occasional entrant in shooting contests, showed each family member how to use and take care of guns. Parental involvement in shaping the young athlete, a theme in the McCaggs’ career, also encouraged Forster. Once her commitment became clear, her father decided to take classes in how to train shooters—and he now serves as one of her coaches.
Which one predominates depends on the muscles’ power requirements at a given moment and on the duration of the activity. The most immediately available source for reconstructing ATP is phosphocreatine, itself a high-energy, phosphate-bearing molecule. The energy released by the breakdown of the phosphocreatine molecule is used to resynthesize ATP. The phosphocreatine system can recharge ATP for only a short while—just five to 10 seconds during a sprint. When the supply of this molecule is exhausted, the body must rely on two other ATP-generating processes—one that does not require oxygen (anaerobic) and one that does (aerobic).