Sol Summary – November 10th

Sol: 12
Summary Title: Last day on Mars
Author’s name: David Mateus
Mission Status: Nominal
Sol Activity Summary: The crew’s morning began at 7 a.m. with breakfast, after which they geared up for their final Extravehicular Activity (EVA). Departing for Hab Ridge at 9 a.m., the EVA #10 team embarked on exploration, capturing photographs and videos, and conducting the final test of the rescue project. They took a moment to say goodbye to the Martian landscape, appreciating one of the most stunning panoramas from the crest of the ridge.
Back at the habitat, the day proceeded with the team diligently composing their conclusive research reports and tidying up the Hab in anticipation of the arrival of the next team of explorers.
A note of gratitude to Mars for being our hospitable abode over these past weeks.
Look Ahead Plan: Leaving for Grand Junction tomorrow after checkout.
Anomalies in work: None
Weather: Clear skies
Crew Physical Status: Nominal.
EVA: Hab Ridge
Reports to be filed: Sol Summary, Journalist report, Photos, Operations report, Green Hab report, EVA #10 Report, Astronomy report, mission summary.
Support Requested: Nominal

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