Sol Summary – February 29th

Crew 222 Sol Summary Report 29-02-2020
Sol: 13
Summary Title: Martian friendship
Author’s name: Benjamin Auzou
Mission Status: Crew transition with Crew 223

Sol Activity Summary: We woke up at 5:30 am and enjoyed the sunrise from
Hab Ridge. Then we headed to Loa to get the HabCar back. On our way
back, we met the crew 223 in Hanksville. That was an intensoe and joyful
moment to see our friends, seven people we prepared this mission with !
Then we spend the afternoon getting water for the tanks and explaining
each member the keys of his role. We will enjoy all a burger together
tonight, our first Earth food, and their last !

Look Ahead Plan: Tomorrow we will leave the campus very early, and we
wish a very good mission to our friends of crew 223.

Anomalies in work: none
Weather: cloudy and warm
Crew Physical Status: all members safe and sound
EVA: none
Reports to be filed: Journalist report, Operations report, GreenHab
Report, Astronomy Report, Photos Report, Photo
of the day, Mission Checklist
Support Requested: nothing to report

GreenHab Report – February 29th

  

Crew 222 GreenHab Report - 29/02/2020

GreenHab Officer : Bleuenn ROIRON

Environmental control : Both heating and ambiant, door open during
the afternoon

Average temperatures: NA

Hours of supplemental light: 19h30 PM to 00h

Daily water usage for crops: Non known

Daily water usage for research and/or other purposes: 0 Liters

Water in blue Tank: 0 gallons

Time(s) of watering crops: 2

Changes to crops: NA

Narrative:Today, Dr. Ruppert took care of the GreenHab and i don't have
all the informations

Harvest:

Support/supplies needed: NA

Journalist Report – February 29th

Crew 222 Journalist Report 29Feb2020
Author: Marie Bochard, Crew Journalist
Sol 13
Title: A taste of home

We woke up very early this morning to see the sunrise. At 6am, we were
all outside climbing on the Ridge wall in the pale light of our
flashlights. The view from above was stunning: the sun rose over the
small hills in the distance, illuminating the mesa and the snowy
mountains minutes after minutes. Finally, the sun rays shone through the
atmosphere… What a way to end our stay here.

At 1pm, we met with Crew 223 at the Rock Shop. It was so crazy seeing
new faces after two weeks in isolation! Especially since we know them
from back home, it feels like they brought a taste of home with them. We
cooked lunch and shared our experience here with the new crew. We’ve
been preparing this mission for more than a year, so being here together
is long awaited! We were really excited to tell them all about our
mission and transmit our newly acquired experience. We had so much to share.

Before the sun was setting, we all got together outside to take the crew
change photos. We are leaving early tomorrow morning, so we needed to
finish all our transmission of knowledge before we went out to eat. Once
that was all done, we headed out to have our first meal and their last
meal outside the station: the iconic “last burger” in Hanksville.

It has been a pleasure writing everyday about our life in the station.
It’s been an incredible experience for all of us, and we would love to
spend the next two weeks here again (granted we can take a shower
before…). I hope I could transmit my passion for this mission through
these reports, and I hope they made you aspire to being a marsonaut,
like it inspired me!

Operations Report – February 29th

  


 Crew 222 Operations Report 02/29/2020

SOL: 13

Name of person filing report: Valentin PRUDHOMME

Non-nominal systems: Nothing to report

Notes on non-nominal systems: Nothing to report

Friday generator:
Off at 5:00am
On at 9:00pm SOC was 85%

Saturday generator:
Off at 5:30am
On at 9:00pm SOC was XX%

Diesel Reading – 70%

Station Propane Reading – 82%

Ethanol Free Gasoline – 7 gallons

Water (loft tank): 43 gallons

Water Meter: 149628.91 units

Water (static tank) – 400 gallons

Static to Loft Pump used – yes

Water in GreenHab – 0 gallons

Water in ScienceDome: 0 gallons

Toilet tank emptied: no

Deimos rover used: no
Hours: 146.7
Beginning charge: 100%
Ending charge: 100%
Currently charging: yes

Sojourner rover used: ASSIGNED TO DIRECTOR
Hours: Nothing to report
Beginning charge: Nothing to report
Ending charge: Nothing to report
Currently charging: Nothing to report

Spirit rover: no
Hours: 132.8
Beginning charge: 100%
Ending charge: 100%
Currently charging: yes

Opportunity rover used: moved from campus to the shop to repair the brakes.
Hours: Nothing to report
Beginning charge: Nothing to report
Ending charge: Nothing to report
Currently charging: Nothing to report

Curiosity rover used: no
Hours: 138.8
Beginning charge: 100%
Ending charge: 100%
Currently charging: yes

Notes on rovers: Nothing to report

ATV’s Used: yes
Reason for use: Run during the engineer EVA for the battery.
Oil Added? no
ATV Fuel Used: Nothing to report
Hours the ATVs were Used today: 5 minutes
Notes on ATVs: Oil checked. The Honda and the ATV number 1's oil light
lit up.

HabCar used and why, where? The HabCar is at thr MDRS

CrewCar used and why, where? The CrewCar is at the MDRS

General notes and comments: Nothing to report

Summary of internet: All ok.

Summary of suits and radios: Nothing to report

Summary of Hab operations: Nothing to report

Summary of GreenHab operations: Nothing to report

Summary of ScienceDome operations: Nothing to report

Summary of RAM operations: Nothing to report

Summary of any observatory issues: Nothing to report

Summary of health and safety issues: Nothing to report

Questions, concerns and requests to Mission Support: Nothing to report