Sol 5 Summary Report
November 27, 2017
Julielynn Wong, Crew 183 Mission Commander
Summary Title: Our final day of rapid prototyping humanitarian supplies at MDRS.
Mission Status: Nominal.
Sol Activity Summary:
Our simulation ended at 0700 MST today.
During our mission, we successfully 3D printed designs created remotely by Medical Makers Labeeba Nusrat, Nazanin Soghrati, Sachin Doshi, Shamsa Qaadri, Susan Lee, Winnie Xu, Zak Chaudhary and Ziyuan (Steve) Xu.
Today Crew 183 continued to rapidly prototype several life-saving and life-changing supplies on-site using our humanitarian 3D printing system (H3DPS-LM).
Our crew continued to use our cycling ergometer system to follow the exercise countermeasures schedule for astronauts onboard the ISS and to power our humanitarian 3D printing system. Power generation data was collected non-invasively during training that crew members would have undertaken if no experiment existed.
Our meals were prepared by the HSO.
To celebrate the end of our mission, we took photos of Crew 183 and the 3D4MD humanitarian 3D printing, recycling, and cycling ergometer systems inside the RAMM (Repair and Maintenance Module) which is slated for use for engineering research in 2018.
We are now packing up our equipment into our Tesla Model S electric vehicle for the return trip home.
Many thanks to Shannon, CAPCOM and the Mars Society team who made the inaugural Medical Makers MDRS mission possible. We look forward to returning in the next field season.
Look Ahead Plan: Preparing to clean the hab and depart MDRS on Sol 6.
Anomalies in work: Out of sim.
Weather: Sunny with occasional winds.
Crew Physical Status: Healthy
EVA: Crew Astronomer, Crew Engineer, Greenhab Officer, and HSO participated in an EVA led by our Crew Geologist.
Reports to be filed:
Support Requested: None