Ecco le risposte di Dwayne:
- Did Crippen,Truly,Fullerton ,Bobko,Peterson Overmyer and Hartsfield performed EVA simulations in the MOL framework context?
They did not do any training for missions. However, Truly did an EVA simulation in the Vomit Comet to see if he could get out of his Gemini seat and crawl into the tunnel. He said it was unpleasant. A few of them might have done some engineering simulations. By that I mean that they did underwater training to figure out the design of the spacecraft–the tunnel, foot holds, handrails and things like that. They did do some underwater training in Bermuda. But the important thing to understand is that this was not for specific missions.
- Did they performed any training with MOL-B real hardware or simulator? Especially about the delicate transition maneuver from Gemini-B to MOL pressurized section forth and back?
See above. I think Truly said that he proved that they could get out of the seat and into the tunnel. If you think about doing this in the Vomit Comet, where you only have about 24 seconds of zero-g, it was probably harder to do it there than it would have been to do it in orbit.
- Have you collected any of their recalling about the MOL pressurized suit?
- Did Young and Crippen have exchanged their experience about NASA Gemini and the MOL one?
I do not know what you mean by this. I do not think that Crippen ever trained on any Gemini simulator. So when he met John Young, he did not have any Gemini experience.
Each of the MOL astronauts had a specific subject area that they were responsible for, but I do not know what all of these were. Truly was responsible for computers. I think Crippen had some responsibility for computers. Abrahamson was responsible for the simulators. I also talked to Pederson and to Crews, but I do not know what subjects they were responsible for. I do not know which MOL astronaut was responsible for Gemini-B.