There is better quality of the picture on this webpage (the page doesn't allow copying or even providing direct link to the photo).
The photo, apparently, is part of a Sony advertisement.
Mentioned above webpage claims that we see Eugene Cernan and John Young:
Holding the TC-50 is Eugene A. Cernan, Lunar Module Pilot ; behind him is John W. Young, Command Module Pilot.
I've looked through quite a few photos of Cernan and Young available on internet, and these two people on the photo above don't really resemble them to me (but I might be mistaking, of course).
There are few reasons why I assumed this was a dedicated photoshoot (rather than a photo from a mission or training):
- suits and gloves look different (there is USA flag but no NASA logo)
- lighting looks perfectly arranged for a photoshoot
- both men don't seem to be in a natural pose for a candid shot.
I've also found another Sony advertisement published in Life Magazine, August 8, 1969. Below is the cropped part of it: This seems to be a photo from another angle of the same scene as the first shot.
Am I mistaking, and these were real NASA astronauts on a mission/training (in this case I would appreciate if someone could recognize who these astronauts were), or were they just a photo models for dedicated photoshoot?