Operations Report – November 2nd

SOL: 4
Name of person filing report: Tomás Ignacio Burroni
Non-nominal systems: None
Notes on non-nominal systems: N/A
Spirit rover used: No
Currently charging: Yes
Opportunity rover used: Yes
Hours: 143.0
Beginning charge: 100%
Ending charge: 90%
Currently charging: Yes
Curiosity rover used: Yes
Hours: 256.3
Beginning charge: 100%
Ending charge: 69%
Currently charging: Yes
Perseverance rover used: No
Currently charging: Yes
General notes on rovers: N/A
Summary of Hab operations:
WATER USE: 19 gallons
Water (static tank): 387 gallons
Static tank pipe heater (on or off): on
Static tank heater (On or off): off
Toilet tank emptied: no
Summary of internet: An extra window was requested for today as we had an interview on live TV, both audio and video worked smoothly without any issues.
Summary of suits and radios: A single one-piece suit was lent to the filming crew. It was later cleaned and disinfected. No radio was given to them. We wish to note that the actor wearing it bumped it a couple of times while trying to enter the rover for the video. We will inspect it tomorrow in search of any new marks on the acrylic.
Summary of GreenHab operations: measurements and watering
WATER USE: 15 gallons
Heater: On
Supplemental light: Off
Harvest: None
Summary of ScienceDome operations: same as yesterday: used the blender, 3 large and 1 small paper filters, the microwave, the oven, 2 large erlenmeyer flasks, 1 large and 4 small beaker glasses, the scale, and the mortar and pestle. All this was used to recover starch from rice and potatoes and then mix it with a soil sample to create a concrete-like material. It was also used by the filming crew in the morning.
Dual split: Off
Summary of RAM operations: Used only by the filming crew
Summary of any observatory issues: None
Summary of health and safety issues: None
Questions, concerns and requests to Mission Support: As reported by the commander over the radio, today after the filming crew left we found toilet paper inside the toilet bowl and wet wipes in the burnable trash bin.

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