Operations Report – January 06th

  



Operations Report

Crew 219 Operations Report 06-JAN-2020

Sol: 1

Name of person filing report: Alejandro Luis Perez

Non-nominal systems: N/A

Generator: Run

Hours run: 14

From what time last night: 17:30

To what time this morning: 07:30

List of any additional daytime hours when the generator was run: N/A

Solar- SOC% (Before the generator is run at night): 49%

Diesel Reading – 73%

Station Propane Reading- 50%

Ethanol Free Gasoline- N/A

Water (loft tank) (gal) – 55

Water Meter (units)- 0147407,8

Water (static tank) (gal) – 513

Static to loft Pump used – Yes

Water in Green Hab (gal): 213.25

Water in Science Dome (gal): 0

Toilet Tank Emptied – Yes

Diemos rover used: Still in the Work shop

Hours:

Beginning Charge:

End Charge:

Currently Charging:

Sojourner rover used: Assigned to Director

Hours:

Beginning Charge:

End Charge:

Currently Charging:

Spirit Rover used- Yes

EVA #1

Hours: 123.1

Beginning Charge: 100%

Ending Charge: 88%

EVA #2

Hours:123.3

Beginning Charge: 100%

Ending Charge: 92%

Currently Charging: Yes

Opportunity Rover used: Still in workshop

Hours:

Beginning Charge:

Ending Charge:

Currently Charging:

Curiosity Rover used: Yes

EVA #1 and 2

Hours: 129.0

Beginning Charge: 100%

Ending Charge: 91%

EVA #2

Hours: 129.1

Beginning Charge: 100%

Ending Charge: 95%

Currently Charging: Yes

Notes on Rovers: Opportunity and Deimos off-site for maintenance.

ATV’s Used: (Honda, 300, 350.1, 350.2, 350.3): Yes, Outpost used ATV #1, and #3

Reason for use: Used for maintenance.

Oil Added? No

# hours the ATV’s were used today: 0.5

Notes on ATVs: Honda battery was not responsive, it needed to be jumped in order for it to turn on. This is the third occasion.

Habcar used and why, where? Used by the Outpost team to storage and Post Office.

CrewCar used and why, where? No

General Notes and Comments: Spare heat tape being kept in the RAM. The extension that is connected to the current heat tape has been relocated to the inner plugs in the lower deck. Also, Astronomer used the rest of the Orange marking tape for his experiment.

Summary of the internet: limited intermittent dysconnectivity

Summary of Suit and Radios: Suits #5 and Suits #1 do not have air flow. One headset that was not operating.

Summary of Hab: Followed instructions given by Director Rupert for flushing the toilet. Filled and emptied the toilet 2 times and added digester. Now operating on normal toilet procedures. See attached requested photos below regarding the black seal of the toilet. Also, the feedline to the loft tank is still leaking when the pump is turned on. Teflon tape would help improve the seal.

Summary of Science Dome operations: Nominal

Summary of Ram operations: Nominal

Summary of any observatory issues: Nominal

Summary of Health and safety issues: See HSO report

Questions, concerns, and requests to Mission Support: Request for more Orange Marking Tape and Teflon tape

Operations Report – January 5th

Operations Report

Crew 219 Operations Report 05-01-2020

Sol: 0

Name of person filing report: Alejandro Luis Perez

Non-nominal systems: N/A

Generator : Run

Hours run : 13

From what time last night: 18:00

To what time this morning: 07:00

List of any additional daytime hours when the generator was run: N/A

Solar- SOC% (Before generator is run at night): 67%

Diesel Reading – 73%

Station Propane Reading- 57%

Ethanol Free Gasoline- N/A

Water (loft tank) (gal) – 55

Water Meter (units)- 0147363,4

Water (static Tank) (gal) – 550

Static to loft Pump used – Yes

Water in Green Hab (gal): 150 and still filling before the beginning
of the mission

Water in Science Dome (gal): 0

Toilet Tank Emptied – Yes

Diemos rover used: Still in the Workshop

Hours:

Beginning Charge:

End Charge:

Currently Charging:

Sojourner rover used: Assigned to Director

Hours:

Beginning Charge:

End Charge:

Currently Charging:

Spirit Rover used- Yes

Hours: 122.9

Beginning Charge: 100%

End Charge: 65%

Currently Charging: Yes

Opportunity Rover used: Still in the workshop

Hours:

Beginning Charge:

Ending Charge:

Currently Charging:

Curiosity Rover used: Yes

Hours: 128.3

Beginning Charge: 100%

Ending Charge: 70%

Currently Charging: Yes

Notes on Rovers: Opportunity and Deimos off-site for maintenance.

ATV’s Used: (Honda, 300, 350.1, 350.2, 350.3): No

Reason for use: N/A

Oil Added? No

# hours the ATV’s were used today: 0

Notes on ATVs: N/A

Habcar used and why, where? Yes, to fill static tank and Greenhab tank
from hollow mountain Gas station

CrewCar used and why, where? Yes, to bring Crew 218 back to grand
junction. Currently in Grand junction.

General Notes and Comments: installation of the lower deck heater, but
that it won’t be operational until positioned on the right location

Summary of the internet: Not Responsive

Summary of Suit and Radios: Radio # 8 was not receiving signal. There
are currently 2 suit helmets that need repair. One has a broken head
pad panel that does not stay in place. The other is missing the
right-side connection piece for air.

Summary of Hab: The pipe connecting static tank to loft tank has to be
defrosted by using a combination of Hairdryer to the outside pipe,
warm water poured into the feed line, and re-taping the insulation
around the outside pipe.

Summary of Science Dome operations: Adjusted latching mechanism on
Science Dome door. The door now latches closed.

Summary of Ram operations: Nominal

Summary of any observatory issues: Previous Crew had replaced both the
batteries and a new Fire alarm unit. However, the alarm was
consistently going off. According to the unit the system does not
operate in conditions under 40 °F. And there is no Co alarm in there
as well.

Summary of Health and safety issues: Smoke and Co alarm have been
replaced in Greenhab. All ABC fire extinguisher are out of date, the
observatory does not have a fire extinguisher, BC fire extinguisher in
RAM has no date and is broken and three good aerosol fire
extinguishers.

Questions, concerns, and requests to Mission Support: Light bulbs
missing in 4 crew rooms, Max watts is 13.

Operations Report Jan 04th

Crew 218 Operations Report 4-Jan-20

SOL: 13

Name of person filing report: Luz Maria Agudelo Urrego

Non-nominal systems: NA

Generator: run

Hours run: 13

From what time last night: 1730

To what time this morning: 0630

List any additional daytime hours when the generator was run: N/A

Solar— SOC % (Before the generator is run at night: 45%

Diesel Reading – 73%

Station Propane Reading – 59%

Ethanol Free Gasoline: N/A

Water (loft tank) (gal): 48

Water Meter (units): 0147332,0

Water (static tank) (gal): 175

Static to Loft Pump used – Yes

Water in Green Hab (gal): 68

Water in Science Dome (gal): 0

Toilet tank emptied: No

Deimos rover used: Still in the workshop

Hours:

Beginning charge:

Ending charge:

Currently charging:

Sojourner rover used: Assigned to director

Hours:

Beginning charge:

Ending charge:

Currently charging:

Spirit rover used: Nominal

Hours: 122.7

Beginning charge: (Before EVA):

Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before recharging):

Currently charging: Yes

Opportunity rover used: Still in the workshop

Hours:

Beginning charge:

Ending charge:

Currently charging:

Curiosity rover used: Nominal

Hours: 128.1

Beginning charge:

Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before charging):

Currently charging: Yes

Notes on rovers: Opportunity and Deimos off-site for maintenance.

ATV’s Used: (Honda, 300, 350.1, 350.2, 350.3): No

Reason for use: N/A

Oil Added? No

# Hours the ATVs were used today: 0

Notes on ATVs: N/A

HabCar used, and why, where? No

CrewCar used, and why, where? Used to pick up Crew 219 in Grand Junction.

General notes and comments: Crew 219 arrived at the hab. They are healthy and ready for the rotation.

Summary of the internet: Nominal

Summary of suits and radios: Nominal

Summary of Hab operations: The pipe from the static tank through the loft tank is working now, Yeaaah! There are mice in the house.

Summary of Science Dome operations: Nominal

Summary of RAM operations: Nominal

Summary of any observatory issues: Nominal

Summary of health and safety issues: Nominal

Questions, concerns, and requests to Mission Support: NA

Operations Report – January 03rd

  

Journalist Report
Ben Durkee, Crew 218 Journalist

Sol 12

Today I was informed that the GreenHab isn't soundproof. The past few sols I've been going in there and belting out some Billy Joel while photographing and hanging out with the plants. I'm not quite homesick yet, but I would say I'm becoming a bit pianosick, if that makes any sense. Keeping my pipes warm helps keep me from going space crazy, I think - maybe it helps the plants grow too. Only now do I find out that the rest of the crew heard everything. I've been betrayed by the only other people on the planet. I'll show them. Once I become the first Martian Disney princess, they'll see. They'll all see.

In other, somewhat bittersweet news, today was our last EVA! EVA 12 on Sol 12; it was very exciting, featuring both ends of the expeditionary spectrum. We gathered great data and explored a beautiful part of the landscape, but we also encountered considerably more technical difficulties than on any of the other EVAs. LuzMa, Shefali, and I set off after sunrise and took the rovers North. We continued our trajectory until one of the rovers was just above the "return home" threshold and we had found the spot for our surveys. We each gathered the last data we would get for our Mars research projects and returned to the rovers. In the midst of our data collection, we hit a few road bumps.

The EMU suits are perfect for keeping us alive and (somewhat) mobile on the Martian surface. However, they have one Achilles' heel: the fog problem. Because of the humidity of our breath, the transparent surface of the helmet begins to fog up progressively, even with air continually flowing into the helmet. This problem can be mostly circumvented by wearing a bandana or scarf which will divert your breath away from the view-bubble, but even then some condensation escapes. Additionally, this strategy is not foolproof. If your face mask falls down during any point in the EVA, it's game over. You can't reach into the helmet to adjust or re-secure it, and all my attempts to recover it by mouth have been unsuccessful (and presumably very entertaining).

We found that something about the weather conditions today made the helmets particularly ripe for fogging. Compound that with the rocky drive which shook off all of our masks, and you've got a recipe for three blind astronauts. While we walked around gathering our data, the exertion of trudging through snow in the EMUs had our helmets looking like mystical crystal balls before long.

When we regrouped at the rovers, we found that we still had quite a bit of time remaining in our EVA window. We rested for a few minutes and regulated our breathing in an attempt to mitigate the fogging as much as possible. It worked, temporarily. It was at this point where we simulated a radio malfunction for Shefali's human factors research. We ran through communication loss protocol, in the midst of which we discovered a real equipment fault - a wardrobe malfunction.

I don't know if you've ever tried to tie someone's shoes with gloves on, but it's impossible. Now try with only 50% of your normal vision and 30% of your standard range of motion. Through the magic of Mars, one of the first things we learn as children becomes the hardest task imaginable. After trying profusely to tie a traditional bow, I gave up and just tied three overhand knots (the normal one that is the basis of a bow knot). Yes, I used some of our very limited bandwidth to google what that knot is called. Maybe I should've become a Boy Scout, after all.

We got everything sorted out and decided to use our remaining EVA time to explore the surrounding area. We marched through the harsh marsh of Martian snow and discovered a beautiful grotto hidden away in the rocks. It had a frozen stream flowing into it which terminated under an enchanting overhang of red rock. Beautiful orange icicles cascaded down from the overhang, appearing to be a set of alien vines. Below those gathered some lovely frozen foliage and picturesque rocks, all seeking shelter from the sun. I can only imagine what that nook what look like on warmer days.

I suggested that we dub it Bean Grotto, in honor of the bean detritus and bean puns that have been plaguing our crew as of late. The comms chatter blew up with groans and firm "No!"s. I didn't hear anyone suggest a different name, though...

In our excursion to the desert cove, our helmets continued fogging up with haze that just would not disappear, no matter how hard we tried. We eventually had to return to the rovers to try and solve the issue, or worst case allow us enough time to drive home in spite of the fog problem. We attempted to regulate our breathing and to wipe the glass with our faces, but to no avail. As our last resort, we had to break simulation to clear our visors of obstruction. It was unfortunate, but safety comes first and you don't mess around with vehicles in the unforgiving Martian desert.

After a cautious, rugged drive home and a few pauses for the fog to clear once more, we all made it back to the Hab safely. We regaled the crew with the tale of our heroics and spent a short while to catch our breath. Then came time to begin Habitat clean-up.

It's wistful, having to gather up our belongings from the giant terrarium that we've just grown accustomed to living in. This place had just become our home, and now we have to return it to its original state so we can pass the torch to our successors. In spite of the melancholy, I'm super stoked to meet the astronauts who will soon inherit the station. Their pod lands tomorrow afternoon, and we are ready to welcome them with open arms. It will be nice to see some fresh faces after two weeks! And then bombard them with inside jokes and the quirks of Martian living that we've discovered.

After some more spring cleaning and then a dinner assembled of the remaining food scraps, we will retire for our last night alone in the Hab. It's been one hell of a ride, that's for sure. These two weeks have been unbelievably dense with learning, bonding, and growing as individuals. The Ben that arrived on Mars and the Ben that will blast off on Sunday are two drastically different people. This has been an incredibly valuable experience, and I don't think I'll know what to do with myself once I'm back on Earth. I guess we'll cross that bridge when we come to it.

Now, it's time for me to grab the broom and head back to the GreenHab for a little more quality time with my plant pals. At least they appreciate my singing.

	

Operations Report – January 03rd

  


Crew 218 Operations Report 3-Jan-20

SOL: 12

Name of person filing report: Luz Maria Agudelo Urrego

Non-nominal systems: NA

Generator: run

Hours run: 14

From what time last night: 1730

To what time this morning: 0730

List any additional daytime hours when the generator was run: N/A

Solar— SOC % (Before the generator is run at night: 62%

Diesel Reading – 73%

Station Propane Reading – 60%

Ethanol Free Gasoline: N/A

Water (loft tank) (gal): 50

Water Meter (units): 0147279.8

Water (static tank) (gal): 225

Static to Loft Pump used – No

Water in Green Hab (gal): 74

Water in Science Dome (gal): 0

Toilet tank emptied: No

Deimos rover used: Still in the workshop

Hours:

Beginning charge:

Ending charge:

Currently charging:

Sojourner rover used: Assigned to director

Hours:

Beginning charge:

Ending charge:

Currently charging:

Spirit rover used: EVA 12

Hours: 122.7

Beginning charge: (Before EVA): 100%

Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before recharging): 43%

Currently charging: Yes

Opportunity rover used: Still in the workshop

Hours:

Beginning charge:

Ending charge:

Currently charging:

Curiosity rover used: EVA 12

Hours: 128.1

Beginning charge: 100%

Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before charging): 42%

Currently charging: Yes

Notes on rovers: Opportunity and Deimos off-site for maintenance.

ATV’s Used: (Honda, 300, 350.1, 350.2, 350.3): No

Reason for use: N/A

Oil Added? No

# Hours the ATVs were used today: 0

Notes on ATVs: N/A

HabCar used, and why, where? No

CrewCar used, and why, where? No

General notes and comments: Nominal

Summary of the internet: Nominal

Summary of suits and radios: We followed the instruction from Scott Davis and fixed the Suit N°6 on the two-piece space simulator suits. Suit N°6 was used today during EVA 12, and it works perfectly.

Two of the Helmets need to be repaired. During EVA 11 preparation, we found out a helmet was missing a connector, and the red helmet had the back broken before we arrived. We put a note on the helmets for distinction.

Summary of Hab operations: The pipe from the static tank through the loft tank is still frozen. The crew filled out the Loft Tank by carrying water buckets from the Static Tank.

Summary of Science Dome operations: Nominal

Summary of RAM operations: Nominal

Summary of any observatory issues: Nominal

Summary of health and safety issues: Nominal

Questions, concerns, and requests to Mission Support: NA

Luz Ma
ENG
Crew 218

Operations Report – January 02nd

  

 

Crew 218 Operations Report 2-Jan-20

SOL: 11

Name of person filing report: Luz Maria Agudelo Urrego

Non-nominal systems: NA

Generator: run

Hours run: 12.5

From what time last night: 1900

To what time this morning: 0730

List any additional daytime hours when the generator was run: N/A

Solar— SOC % (Before the generator is run at night: 64%

Diesel Reading – 74%

Station Propane Reading – 62%

Ethanol Free Gasoline: N/A

Water (loft tank) (gal): 36

Water Meter (units): 0147236.5

Water (static tank) (gal): 270

Static to Loft Pump used – No

Water in Green Hab (gal): 80

Water in Science Dome (gal): 0

Toilet tank emptied: No

Deimos rover used: Still in the workshop

Hours:

Beginning charge:

Ending charge:

Currently charging:

Sojourner rover used: Assigned to director

Hours:

Beginning charge:

Ending charge:

Currently charging:

Spirit rover used: EVA 10

Hours: 121.7

Beginning charge: (Before EVA): 100%

Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before recharging): 86%

Currently charging: Yes

Spirit rover used: EVA 11

Hours: 122.2

Beginning charge: (Before EVA): 100%

Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before recharging): 57%

Currently charging: Yes

Opportunity rover used: Still in the workshop

Hours:

Beginning charge:

Ending charge:

Currently charging:

Curiosity rover used: EVA 10

Hours: 127

Beginning charge: 100%

Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before charging): 88%

Currently charging: Yes

Curiosity rover used: EVA 11

Hours: 127.5

Beginning charge: 100%

Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before charging): 61%

Currently charging: Yes

Notes on rovers: Opportunity and Deimos off-site for maintenance.

ATV’s Used: (Honda, 300, 350.1, 350.2, 350.3): No

Reason for use: N/A

Oil Added? No

# Hours the ATVs were used today: 0

Notes on ATVs: N/A

HabCar used, and why, where? No

CrewCar used, and why, where? No

General notes and comments: Nominal

Summary of the internet: Nominal

Summary of suits and radios: We received instruction from Scott Davis about how to fix Suit N°6 on the two-piece space simulator suits. We will fix the suit tomorrow, January 3rd, and let you know how it goes.

Summary of Hab operations: The pipe from the static tank through the loft tank is still frozen. The crew did not fill out the Loft Tank by carrying water buckets from the Static Tank since we still have water in the Loft Tank.

Summary of Science Dome operations: Nominal

Summary of RAM operations: Nominal

Summary of any observatory issues: Nominal

Summary of health and safety issues: Nominal

Questions, concerns, and requests to Mission Support: NA

Luz Ma
ENG
Crew 218

Operations Report – January 1st

Crew 218 Operations Report 1-Jan-20

SOL: 10

Name of person filing report: Luz Maria Agudelo Urrego

Non-nominal systems: NA

Generator: run

Hours run: 12

From what time last night: 1930

To what time this morning: 0730

List any additional daytime hours when the generator was run: N/A

Solar— SOC % (Before the generator is run at night: 62%

Diesel Reading – 74%

Station Propane Reading – 65%

Ethanol Free Gasoline: N/A

Water (loft tank) (gal): 55

Water Meter (units): 0147212.1

Water (static tank) (gal): 270

Static to Loft Pump used – No

Water in Green Hab (gal): 84

Water in Science Dome (gal): 0

Toilet tank emptied: Yes

Deimos rover used: Still in the workshop

Hours:

Beginning charge:

Ending charge:

Currently charging:

Sojourner rover used: Assigned to director

Hours:

Beginning charge:

Ending charge:

Currently charging:

Spirit rover used: EVA 8

Hours: 121.5

Beginning charge: (Before EVA): 100%

Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before recharging): 29%

Currently charging: Yes

Spirit rover used: EVA 9 – Rover was not used

Hours: 121.5

Beginning charge: (Before EVA):

Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before recharging):

Currently charging: Yes

Opportunity rover used: Still in the workshop

Hours:

Beginning charge:

Ending charge:

Currently charging:

Curiosity rover used: EVA 8

Hours: 126.9

Beginning charge: 100%

Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before charging): 40%

Currently charging: Yes

Curiosity rover used: EVA 9 – Rover was not used

Hours: 126.9

Beginning charge:

Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before charging):

Currently charging: Yes

Notes on rovers: Opportunity and Deimos off-site for maintenance.

ATV’s Used: (Honda, 300, 350.1, 350.2, 350.3): No

Reason for use: N/A

Oil Added? No

# Hours the ATVs were used today: 0

Notes on ATVs: N/A

HabCar used, and why, where? No

CrewCar used, and why, where? No

General notes and comments: The tablespoon in the Hab kitchen is broken.

Summary of the internet: Nominal

Summary of suits and radios: On the two-piece space simulator Suit N°6, the right air pipe connector sheared.

Summary of Hab operations: The pipe from the static tank through the loft tank is still frozen. The crew filled out the Loft Tank by carrying water buckets from the Static Tank again.

Summary of Science Dome operations: Nominal

Summary of RAM operations: Nominal

Summary of any observatory issues: The fire alarm went on at 1820. The crew replaced the batteries in it.

Summary of health and safety issues: Nominal

Questions, concerns, and requests to Mission Support: NA

Operations Report – December 31st

Crew 218 Operations Report 31-Dec-19
SOL: 09

Name of person filing report: Luz Maria Agudelo Urrego

Non-nominal systems: NA

Generator: run
Hours run: 14
From what time last night: 1730
To what time this morning: 0730
List any additional daytime hours when the generator was run: N/A

Solar— SOC % (Before the generator is run at night: 71%

Diesel Reading – 75%
Station Propane Reading – 66%
Ethanol Free Gasoline: N/A

Water (loft tank) (gal): 50
Water Meter (units): 0147175.1
Water (static tank) (gal): 300
Static to Loft Pump used – No
Water in Green Hab (gal): 88
Water in Science Dome (gal): 0

Toilet tank emptied: No

Deimos rover used: Still in the workshop
Hours:
Beginning charge:
Ending charge:
Currently charging:

Sojourner rover used: Assigned to director
Hours:
Beginning charge:
Ending charge:
Currently charging:
Spirit rover used: EVA 6
Hours: 120.6
Beginning charge: (Before EVA): 100%
Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before recharging): 63%
Currently charging: Yes

Spirit rover used: EVA 7
Hours: 120.9
Beginning charge: (Before EVA): 100%
Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before recharging): 87%
Currently charging: Yes
Opportunity rover used: Still in the workshop
Hours:
Beginning charge:
Ending charge:
Currently charging:

Curiosity rover used: EVA 6
Hours: 125.9
Beginning charge: 100%
Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before charging): 71%
Currently charging: Yes
Curiosity rover used: EVA 7
Hours: 126.2
Beginning charge: 100%
Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before charging): 87%
Currently charging: Yes

Notes on rovers: Opportunity and Deimos off-site for maintenance.

ATV’s Used: (Honda, 300, 350.1, 350.2, 350.3): No
Reason for use: N/A
Oil Added? No
# Hours the ATVs were used today: 0
Notes on ATVs: N/A

HabCar used, and why, where? No
CrewCar used, and why, where? No

General notes and comments: N/A

Summary of the internet: Nominal
Summary of suits and radios: Nominal
Summary of Hab operations: The pipe from the static tank through the loft tank is still frozen. The crew filled out the Loft Tank by carrying water buckets from the Static Tank again.
Summary of Science Dome operations: Nominal
Summary of RAM operations: Nominal
Summary of any observatory issues: Nominal
Summary of health and safety issues: Nominal

Questions, concerns, and requests to Mission Support: NA

Operations Report – December 28th

Crew 218 Operations Report 28-Dec-19

SOL: 06
Name of person filing report: Luz Maria Agudelo Urrego
Non-nominal systems: NA
Generator: run
Hours run: 13
From what time last night: 1800
To what time this morning: 0730
List any additional daytime hours when the generator was run: N/A Solar— SOC % (Before generator is run at night: 78%
Diesel Reading – 81%
Station Propane Reading – 74%
Ethanol Free Gasoline: N/A
Water (loft tank) (gal): 35
Water Meter (units): 0147092.6
Water (static tank) (gal): 395
Static to Loft Pump used – Yes
Water in Green Hab (gal): 105
Water in Science Dome (gal): 0
Toilet tank emptied: No

Deimos rover used: Still in workshop
Hours:
Beginning charge:
Ending charge:
Currently charging:
Sojourner rover used: Assigned to director
Hours:
Beginning charge:
Ending charge:
Currently charging:
Spirit rover used: Not used
Hours: 119.2
Beginning charge: (Before EVA):
Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before recharging):
Currently charging: Yes
Opportunity rover used: Still in workshop
Hours:
Beginning charge:
Ending charge:
Currently charging:
Curiosity rover used: Not used
Hours: 124.4
Beginning charge:
Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before charging):
Currently charging: Yes
Notes on rovers: Opportunity and Deimos off-site for maintenance. ATV’s Used: (Honda, 300, 350.1, 350.2, 350.3): No
Reason for use: N/A
Oil Added? No
# Hours the ATVs were used today: 0
Notes on ATVs: N/A
HabCar used and why, where? No
CrewCar used and why, where? No
General notes and comments: N/A
Summary of internet: Nominal
Summary of suits and radios: Nominal
Summary of Hab operations: Nominal

Summary of Science Dome operations: Nominal
Summary of RAM operations: Nominal
Summary of any observatory issues: Nominal
Summary of health and safety issues: Nominal
Questions, concerns and requests to Mission Support: NA

LuzMa

ENG

Crew 218

Operations Report – December 27th

Crew 218 Operations Report 27-Dec-19

SOL: 05
Name of person filing report: Luz Maria Agudelo Urrego
Non-nominal systems: NA
Generator: run
Hours run: 13
From what time last night: 1930
To what time this morning: 0830
List any additional daytime hours when the generator was run: N/A
Solar— SOC % (Before the generator is run at night: 76 %
Diesel Reading – 83%
Station Propane Reading – 78%
Ethanol Free Gasoline: N/A
Water (loft tank) (gal): 43
Water Meter (units): 0147061.8
Water (static tank) (gal): 410
Static to Loft Pump used – Yes
Water in Green Hab (gal): 110
Water in Science Dome (gal): 0
Toilet tank emptied: No

Deimos rover used: Still in the workshop
Hours:
Beginning charge:
Ending charge:
Currently charging:
Sojourner rover used: Assigned to director
Hours:
Beginning charge:
Ending charge:
Currently charging:
Spirit rover used: Not used
Hours: 119.2
Beginning charge: (Before EVA):
Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before recharging):
Currently charging: Yes
Opportunity rover used: Still in the workshop
Hours:
Beginning charge:
Ending charge:
Currently charging:
Curiosity rover used: Not used
Hours: 124.4
Beginning charge:
Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before charging):
Currently charging: Yes
Notes on rovers: Opportunity and Deimos off-site for maintenance.
ATV’s Used: (Honda, 300, 350.1, 350.2, 350.3): No
Reason for use: N/A
Oil Added? No
# Hours the ATVs were used today: 0
Notes on ATVs: N/A
HabCar used and why, where? No
CrewCar used and why, where? No
General notes and comments: N/A
Summary of the internet: Nominal
Summary of suits and radios: Nominal
Summary of Hab operations: The pipe from the static tank through the loft tank frozen. The crew rationed the water during the morning until 3:00 PM that the water in the pipes melted. The water system from the Static tank to the Loft tank is working as usual.
Summary of GreenHab operations: routine watering. Moved hanging plants: snow peas and buttercrunch away from heater vent. They are now hanging over the herbs. Recommend transplanting herbs to pots, and transplanting larger plants (tomatoes, peppers, etc.) to Plot E.

Summary of Science Dome operations: Nominal
Summary of RAM operations: Spare fire alarm in the RAM storage closet went off at 12.20 PM and 12.40 PM. HSO removed the battery.
Summary of any observatory issues: Nominal
Summary of health and safety issues: Nominal
Questions, concerns, and requests to Mission Support: NA

Luz Ma

ENG

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