Crew 216 Journalist Report 30-NOV-19
Author: Evgenia Alexandrova
How does the time work on Mars?
Time flies when half of the mission is already behind.
Time is really long in the airlock during the five-minute depressurization.
Time flies when it is already the Capcom window and you haven’t written your report yet.
Time is really long when you wait for the bread to be cooked.
There is this film “Room” by Lenny Abrahamson in which a 9-years old boy, who was born and grew up in a 16 square meters room, finally gets out of this room and discovers the rest of the world. Excited, he shares with his mother, that the time in the rest of the world flies much faster than in the room because the same amount of time has to be spread on a much larger surface.
Following this logic, time on the EVA flies faster than in the HAB. So the two halves of the crew experience very different sensations during this moment.
All I know is that time is not linear, the greatest minds have proved it long ago.
Anonymous Haiku for this Saturday night:
Steady pulse of pump
Soft hum of battery bank
Voices talk of space