|born on||13 April 1966 at 00:30 (= 12:30 AM )|
|Place||Cesena, Italy, 44n08, 12e15|
|Timezone||MET h1e (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||22°36' 25°23 Asc. 00°32'|
Italian spelunker, nicknamed "Kicca", who spent 270 days underground, in solitary confinement in a research lab, from 26 July 1994 to 21 April 1995. She kept a diary which demonstrates that time passes more slowly under certain circumstances than real time. On average, Lanzoni's waking "days" stretched on for 54 to 56 hours, followed by 14 to 16 hours of sleep. Furthermore, that sleep was much like that of an infant, as she'd fall immediately into REM and dream of wide open spaces.
- Work : Begin Major Project 26 July 1994 (Time spent underground, spelunking)
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Bordoni quotes B.C. Datanotizie No.3, 9/1995 with 30 April 1966. Date corrected to 13 April in Dec. 2017. Grazia Bordoni adds: "At 0.30 according her birth certificate, few minutes after midnight according herself".
- Vocation : Travel : Adventurer (Spelunker)