Sol Summary – December 14

Crew 200 Sol Summary Report 14-DEC-2018

Sol: 12

Summary Title: Driving to the moons and cleaning the habitat

Author’s name: Lindsay Rutter

Mission Status: Simulation ended at 1:00PM today. All crew members
happy and healthy.

Sol Activity Summary: We spent much of the morning finishing our
reports about this week. Each day, we have been documenting our
observations of the dynamics of a 3 member crew. Today, we summarized
it over a decadent dessert. One crew member made cinnamon chocolate
cake by modifying “Kyle’s Carrot Cake”, a recipe in the habitat
cookbook “Mars Home Cooking: Recipes from the Mars Desert Research
Station”. After we discontinued our simulation as planned, we drove
two rovers to an array of “moons” north of the habitat. White Moon.
Beige Moon. Yellow Moon. Gray Moon.

Look Ahead Plan: Tonight and tomorrow, we will be thoroughly cleaning
the habitat and its surrounding buildings. Tomorrow, we will also
drive to Hanksville to pick up the next crew and drive them to MDRS.
We will introduce the MDRS to them and have discussions with them
about the rules and expectations of conducting missions here.

Anomalies in work: None reported

Weather: Snow melting; chilly with moderate cloud coverage.

Crew Physical Status: No crew members reported physical problems today.

EVA: N/A

Reports to be filed: Operations Report, GreenHab Report, Pictures
Report, Journalist Report, Sol Report, Mission Summary Report

Support Requested: N/A