qThis document presents the results of the second United States manned orbital space flight conducted on May 24, 1962. The performance discussions of the spacecraft and launch systems, the modified Mercury Network, mission support personnel, and the astronaut, together with analyses of observed space phenomena and the medical aspects of the mission, form a continuation of the information previously published for the first United States manned orbital flight, conducted on February 20, 1962, and the two manned sub-orbital space flights.q--P. iii.Over the Woo- mera station, the astronaut reported that he took four swallows of water and that his bite- sized food tablets ... good as the previous MA-6 mission, continued to be usable throughout the remaining orbits and provided one of the best tools for ... The initial clock error of a1 second remained constant throughout the mission and was compensated for in the ... had used rather large amounts of manual fuel and was down to approximately 42 percent as he began the third orbit.
|Title||:||Results of the Second U.S. Manned Orbital Space Flight, May 24, 1962|