EVA Report – December 6th

EVA # 9

Author: Dulsaikhan “Duluu” Zorig

Purpose of EVA: Geological map hand sketch ;

Start time: 13:05

End time: 16:10

Narrative: The extravehicular activity (EVA) conducted today focused on creating hand sketches of geological maps for Beta mission tasks assigned to geologists. Our destination was Cowboy Corner, marking the concluding EVA within the simulation. Davaa and I engaged in discussions about potential geological tasks for the ‘experience and science takers.’ He provided insights into the fundamental process of drawing geological maps and underscored their significance in a Martian context. It becomes increasingly apparent that specialized tasks for geologists during science activities are limited unless we equip ourselves with high-performance instruments. After that, we head to the Brahi HWY to find a glove that we lost last EVA. And we got it.

Munkh-Erdene ‘Muggi’ Altankhuyag was at CapCom and taking care of us in terms of rover battery level and EVA crew safety and whether we have reached our destination.

When we got back to the hab, Elephant Hill caught the eye of our journalist’s phone camera.

Destination: Cowboy Corner

Coordinates (use UTM WGS 84): (518000,4254000)


CapCom: Muggi (Engineer)
EVA #9 Leader: Duluu (HSO)
Co-operators: Davaa (Geologist) and Sunny (Journalist)
Road(s) and routes per MDRS Map: Hab -> Cowboy Corner-> Hab

Mode of travel: Spirit and Curiosity

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