Many Class A mishaps are ultimately determined--or strongly suspected--to be attributable to some form of spatial disorientation
Although pilots are trained to ignore their bodies and focus instead on a cockpit's central flight display, spatial disorientation
has been cited in a number of crashes.
accidents has been a major concern for astronaut pilots, though such a mishap in space has not been reported to date.
US investigators claimed spatial disorientation
suffered by the US pilots led to the crash.
The findings went against those of US investigators, who said spatial disorientation
suffered by pilots on the American Sea Knight aircraft was to blame.
One possible explanation is that the birds became disoriented in a manner analogous to spatial disorientation
described in air craft pilots and flew as a flock directly into the earth.
The accident report listed spatial disorientation
as the probable cause.
Soon thereafter, I developed spatial disorientation
, began having falls, and developed an intoxicated gait.
(SD) during flight (Benson, 1978a, 1978b) is a cause of critical aircraft mishaps with aircraft and pilot losses.
Environmental Tectonics Corporation will have installed its new Gyrolab GL-1500 Advanced Flight Simulator Spatial Disorientation
Trainer for a customer in Southeast Asia by the time these lines are read.
Aviators have a name for the phenomenon: spatial disorientation
It was these two patients with more radical bilateral resections who emerged from postoperative care with dramatic immediate memory impairments, and spatial disorientation
Opening sequence, with its sparse dialogue, is striking: Disquieting sound effects and alternating extreme close and long shots impart a jarring sense of spatial disorientation
that protags Terry (Goldie) and Ray (writer-helmer Andrew Goth) feel upon their release from prison.