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Somatogravic and Somatogyral Illusions Contribution to CFIT Risk

14 Dec 2015
Somatogravic and Somatogyral illusions are the two most common forms of vestibular or ‘false sensation’ illusion that may be encountered when no clear horizon is present and flying wholly or partly by visual external reference.
Source Skybrary


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