Sol Summary – March 10th

Crew 293 Sol Summary Report 10-03-2024

Sol: 21

Summary Title: A Sunday Quest

Author’s name: Marie Delaroche, Crew Commander

Mission Status: Nominal

Sol Activity Summary:

Today was supposed to be a rest day… but was it really? Many factors would indicate that it was in fact not. An hour of sleep was lost tonight, because apparently, Mars also has a daylight savings time change. This morning, after an hour-long workout, experiments had to be run in the Science Dome, and the Crew Astronomer had much troubleshooting to do in the Observatory.

In the afternoon, we knew that the HSO and Crew Engineer had something special planned for us. What we didn’t know, is that is turned out to be a station-wide treasure hunt! For the past week, they had been meticulously preparing this Sunday adventure for the rest of the Crew. We had so much fun solving riddles and passing trials, that we didn’t see time fly by.

We are looking forward to a restful evening and a good night’s sleep.

Look Ahead Plan:

The first EVA at Kissing Camel Ridge is planned tomorrow, to choose checkpoints and perform photogrammetry of the site.

Anomalies in work: Solar Observatory dome, EVA suits 7 and 9

Weather: Partly cloudy, Low 0°C, High 15°C

Crew Physical Status: Nominal


Reports to be filed: Sol Summary, Journalist’s Report, GreenHab Report, Operations Report, Photos (6-8 pics), EVA Request, Astronomy Report

Support Requested: NA

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