EVA report – April 4th

Hi CapCom,

this is the EVA #12 Report on sol 11.
*EVA #13 Report follows.

Miho XO crew191

EVA #12 – 04 April 2018 – Sol11
Crew members: Venzha Christ (leader), Fumiei Morisawa, and Wataru Okamoto

– Build another version of antenna (3rd) for Analog Signal Receiver
– Recording Signal from Sun Radiation

09:07 – Venzha Christ, Fumiei Morisawa, and Wataru Okamoto enter the airlock (1)
09:09 – Some problem with radio communication between EVA team and Habcom
09:11 – EVA team Exit the airlock
09:15 – EVA team check radio communication outside and decide to comeback to Hub
09:19 – EVA team check for all radio devices inside Hub
09:31 – Venzha Christ, Fumiei Morisawa, and Wataru Okamoto enter the airlock (2)
09:34 – EVA team Exit the airlock and begin for engineering check
09:53 – EVA team ready to start
Curiosity: Venzha Christ,
ATV: Fumiei Morisawa,
Deimos: Wataru Okamoto
09:57 – ATV had a problem to start the engine
10:04 – Fumiei Morisawa ask Hubcom to change the vehicle
10:07 – Fumiei Morisawa change to Opportunity Rover
10:08 – EVA start (All member)
10:20 – Arrived at site for recording
10:21 – Parking all rovers and EVA team start to walk
10:27 – Found the site for recording
10:28 – Explanation about how to put the antenna on site
10:30 – Start to build an antenna by Fumiei Morisawa and Wataru Okamoto
10:35 – Ready for antenna #01
10:41 – Ready for antenna #02
10:45 – Ready for antenna #03
10:51 – Ready for antenna #04
10:52 – Venzha Christ Start to Record
11:24 – Finish for recording process
11:25 – Fumiei Morisawa and Wataru Okamoto start to dismantling the antenna
11:36 – Finish and ready to go
11:42 – Arrive in parking area
11:45 – Leave the site
11:59 – Arrive
12:09 – Enter the airlock
12:12 – EVA end

EVA today was a Recording Signal from the DIY Analog Signal Receiver with another version of antenna for the 3rd time.
We explored to URC North Site area and found a good place for the project.
This project had a title : Space Weather Impacts On Climate,
: means that all weather on Earth, from the surface of the planet out into space, begins with the Sun. Space weather and terrestrial weather (the weather we feel at the surface) are influenced by the small changes the Sun undergoes during its solar cycle. Space Weather impacts numerous facets of everyday life, from where airplanes can safely fly, to how accurately a farmer plows his field. In addition, there are a large variety of phenomena that are driven by the variability of the sun over periods ranging from hours to years. The most important impact the Sun has on Earth is from the brightness or irradiance of the Sun itself. By build an antenna we can get specific signal that will received by this Analog Signal Receiver.
As a result, we will analyze all signal and frequencies we got from today and will have a visualization from those signal.


– 3 Rovers (Curiosity: Venzha Christ, Opportunity: Fumiei Morisawa, Deimos: Wataru Okamoto)

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