Operations Report – November 14th

Crew 182 Operations Report  14Nov2017

SOL: 11

Name of person filing report:  Carmen Atauconcha

Non-nominal systems:

WATER HEATER: Finally, we found the problem. The new water heater is not installed yet.

Generator—  It worked the whole night since 5:30pm of 13Nov2017 until 12:20 pm of 14Nov2017.  Turn on at 17:05 pm 14Nov2017.  Operand.



12:20 am 100%
13:20 am 100%
14:20 am 93%
15:20 am 84%
16:20 am 80%
17:05 pm 75%

Diesel – 55 %

Propane – 50 psi

Gasoline (5 Gallon containers for ATV) – 0 gallons.

Water (trailer) –  0 gallons

Water (static) – 385  gallons

Trailer to Static Pump used –   yes

Water (loft) – Static to Loft Pump used –  yes

Water Meter:  42 gallons

Toilet tank emptied:  yes

ATV’s Used: Yes

Oil Checked:  No

Atv # Fuel Used Gals:  3  gallons

Tires Status: Perfect

# Hours the ATVs were Used today: 3 hours

Deimos used:  Si

Hours: 3

Beginning charge:  – 18:00

Ending charge:  –

Currently charging: Yes
HabCar used? Yes

Notes and Comments:
In the morning we go to receive the new deimos. After that, as you know we started the EVA session. Three hours after, our classmates did not appear. The fact is that the ATV did not work before they return to the Hab. In that way, Atila stayed in the middle of desert with the ATV, waiting for us. Any deimos were charged. So, we had to take the car, buy gasoline, and we went as fast as we could for Atila.  In that emergency, because everyone was worry for Atila, we broke the simulation.

I think that this experience join us as a group.

Summary of GreenHab operations:

We are cleaning and organizing this area. It is a disaster, but we are working on it.

Summary of ScienceDome operations:

We are using the lamps of the Hab, for the laboratory.

Summary of health and safety issues:

Atila is having little headache. We are taking care of him.

Questions, concerns and requests to Mission Support:

I have a doubt, which is the minimum limit for the static water tank?

We need gasoline for the ATV’S, please. URGENT

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