Sol Summary – April 23rd

Crew no. 193 Sol Summary Report 23/04/2018

Sol: 1

Learning the Ropes

Eric Shear

Mission Status: Everything nominal

Sol Activity Summary: Carried out two EVAs, including one extended EVA and an emergency 1-person EVA. Monitored the Sun for sunspot activity

Look-Ahead Plan: We continue our exploration of Mars. Our EVA 4 will be planned around a new project “GPS Route Measurements”

Anomalies in work: We had a stranded astronomer whom we rescued. We fixed a signpost with the tools available at the end of our EVA in an extended EVA. Also, there was an emergency 1-person EVA to secure the RAM Module, with no issues.

Weather: Very clear and hot in morning/midday, cooler and cloudy in afternoon

Crew Physical Status: All in good health

EVA 1:

Went to Miracle Ritual, scouted locations for emergency evacuation, conducted an EVA health/wellness study, and a visor fogging study.

EVA 2:

Went to Miracle Ritual, scouted locations for emergency evacuation, conducted the rest of the health/wellness study, executed an emergency assist of the telescope repairman, and repaired the road sign to the hab.

Emergency EVA:

1 person exited the hab to secure the Repair and Assembly Module, which door had been left open on the previous EVA. There were no issues.

Reports to be filed:

Commander’s Report
Operations Report
Greenhouse Report
EVA Reports
Astronomy Report

Support Requested: We need aluminum foil and dish scrubbing pads (the hard ones for tough stains and grease)