Operations Report – January 30th

SOL: 9
Name of person filing report: Scott Dorrington
Non-nominal systems: None
Notes on non-nominal systems: None
Spirit rover used:
Hours: 244.4
Beginning charge: 100%
Ending charge: 35%
Currently charging: No
Opportunity rover used:
Hours: 158.9
Beginning charge: 100%
Ending charge: 48%
Currently charging: No
Curiosity rover used:
Hours: 261.1
Beginning charge: 100%
Ending charge: 75%
Currently charging: No
Perseverance rover used:
Hours: 283.0
Beginning charge: 95%
Ending charge: 68%
Currently charging:
General notes on rovers:
Perseverance was a little under-charged this morning. We experienced a power outage that may have been due to the rovers being charging.
Summary of Hab operations:
WATER USE: 22.87 gallons
Water (static tank): 252.66 gallons (depth 22.75”)
Static tank pipe heater (on or off): on
Static tank heater (On or off): on
Toilet tank emptied: yes
Summary of internet: Nominal during comms window
Summary of suits and radios:
Suit #8: Located nuts from RAM, however did not fit screws. Not sure that there are nuts that will fit. Can have another look in RAM tomorrow.
Suit #6: Noted yesterday that the voltage of this suit was rather low after EVA. Mission support suggested a test of running the fan for 1 hour. Starting volts: 13.61 V, end: 6.60 V. Similar numbers to yesterday’s EVA
Suit #7: Fan was noticeably low during afternoon EVA. Compared to other suits upon return and it sounds quieter inside helmet. Noticed some strange voltage measurements following EVA as well. After turning off suit, voltage read around 6.5 V, however voltage slowly increased over the next 10 minutes, leveling out to around 11.85 Volts.
Summary of GreenHab operations:
WATER USE: 10 gallons
Heater: On
Supplemental light: 10pm – 2am
Harvest: 40g kale, 18g arugula, 40g (1x) radish, 37g lettuce
Summary of ScienceDome operations: Not used
Dual split: Nominal
Summary of RAM operations: Entered RAM to locate nuts for suits.
Summary of any observatory issues: See astronomy report
Summary of health and safety issues: None
Questions, concerns and requests to Mission Support: None

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