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Astronaut Eugene A. Cernan describes an animation of the planned EVA (Extra Vehicular Activity) for the upcoming Gemini 9 mission. First using a small model, and then an animated simulation, he describes the Environmental Life Support System (ELSS) chest-pack, and alterations made in the G4C suit legs to ward off heat from the AMU's hydrogen peroxide maneuvering rockets. The simulation shows him exiting the spacecraft, then being propelled a distance from it, using the thruster rockets. To insure that he can return, he is tethered by a thick cable. He then is seen returning to and entering the spacecraft.
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Eugene A. Cernan,