Operations Report – April 7th

SOL: 7
Name of person filing report: Louis Joseph
Non-nominal systems: Suit 2 (stuck valve) and Suit 9 (broken visor)
Notes on non-nominal systems: No solutions found for Suit 2 yet.
Spirit rover used: NA
Hours: (before EVA)
Beginning charge: (Before EVA)
Ending charge: (On return from EVA, before recharging)
Currently charging:
Opportunity rover used:
Hours: 177.2
Beginning charge: 100
Ending charge: 51
Currently charging:
Curiosity rover used: NA
Beginning charge:
Ending charge:
Currently charging:
Perseverance rover used:
Hours: 289.6
Beginning charge: 86
Ending charge: 51
Currently charging:
General notes on rovers:
Summary of Hab operations: put notes here
WATER USE: 16.34 gallons
Water (static tank): 384.99 gallons
Static tank pipe heater (on or off):
Static tank heater (On or off)
Toilet tank emptied: no
Summary of internet: Used for music playing, mails, research for experiments, learning languages.
Summary of suits and radios:
Radios 3,4,7,5,6 were used.
Light Suits 1,3,4,6 were used.
Summary of GreenHab operations: put notes here
WATER USE: 9 gallons
Heater: On
Supplemental light: N/A
Tomatoes (13 pcs) : 49 g
Parsley (~20 leaves) : 3 g
Summary of ScienceDome operations:
During the afternoon, Imane, Alba and Arnaud used the science dome for blood and saliva collection to assess stress and immunity markers as well as material preparation for the next few days. We’ve also processed blood samples after their collection. We have frozen the saliva samples and performed a measurement of AMMP-8 in saliva with the ORALyzer ® for the evaluation of oral health.
Dual split: Off
Summary of RAM operations: (Tools used, work done)
RAM was used by Louis to create the GCPs (Ground Control Point) that will be used in future EVAs for his experiment. He only used markers, green duct tape (both brought to the MDRS) and a pair of scissors from the RAM. Tools from the RAM were also used to replace missing tennis balls and zip-ties along the corridors of the station. A total of 13 new zip-ties and 1 tennis ball were added to secure the stakes and the cover of the corridors of the station.
Summary of any observatory issues: put notes here
Summary of health and safety issues: One of our crew members has been diagnosed with a lice infection. To control further spreading of the head lice, 2 members had to break out of simulation and go grab necessary supplies to the nearest pharmacy
Questions, concerns and requests to Mission Support: NA

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