Journalist Report – April 12th

Crew 296 Crew Executive officer – Loriane Baes

A final morning EVA kicked off the simulation day. This EVA was dedicated to carrying out Romain’s drone experiment one last time. Directly following the EVA, there was a live broadcast with a major Spanish television channel where Alba could explain all the experiments and Mars living conditions. The team then crossed the main door together as a sign of the simulation’s end. It was a deeply emotional moment, with everyone feeling grateful to have experienced this unique journey. The team then split up, with the biomedical team heading to Grand Junction to send scientific samples. Meanwhile, the remaining crew members conducted a second live broadcast with the Mars Society Belgium before attending to various reports and final clean-up tasks. Upon the biomedical team’s return, the team gathered for a grand aperitif to celebrate the end of this journey.

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