Crew 211 GreenHab Report – 28-APR-2019
GreenHab Officer: Chloé Peduzzi
Environmental control: Ambient with door open + fan turned up to 2
Shade cloth: 80%
Hours of supplemental light: 0
Daily water usage for crops: 4 gallons
Water in Blue Tank: 85 gallons
Time(s) of watering for crops: 11:30
Changes to crops: All plants look healthy. Nevertheless the tomato plant of the GreenHab seems a little stressed (curved leaf), I will water it accordingly over the next couple of days. We have harvested the lettuce (from plants we have brought) for the dinner.
Narrative: Hot day. I have cleaned the floor of the GreenHab to make sure it stays a pleasant place in which to work. Moreover I have regrogrammed the fan, as you asked me, so it will be “on” from 10:00 to 17:30. Is that okay ?
Harvest: 27.5g lettuce (from plants we have brought)
Support/supplies needed: I have regrogrammed the fan, as you asked me, so it will be on from 10:00 to 17:30. Is that okay ?
Crew 211 EVA Report 28-04-2019
Author: Simon Collignon
Purpose of EVA: Exploring the geology of White Rock Canyon
Start time: 09:00 am
End time: 10:45 am
Narrative: The aim of this EVA was to explore the White Rock Canyon and gather some soil samples which were successfully retrieved. After the scientific part of this EVA, we’ve looked after ancient river beds which could be a good evidence of liquid water on Mars.
Destination: White Rock Canyon
Coordinates Latitude: 4248000, longitude: 52000 (UTM NAD27 CONUS)
EVA Participants: Simon Collignon, Julien Amalaberque, Nathan Pechon
Mode of travel: Driving and hiking
Vehicles used: Spirit and Curiosity