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Crew 103 Log Book for April 12, 2011

Photos of the day





Commander's Check-In Report


Commander's Report




Science Report




Engineering Report

Thibault Windels Reporting

Generator/Electricity:

Honey (Diesel Generator) (Used? Yes/No): yes

Wendy (Gas Generator) (Used? Yes/No): yes

Battery Charge Level: full

Notes/Comments (include how many generator runs, approximately when, and any times you needed to turn the generator on/off):


Fuel Status:

Diesel (Full/0.75/0.5/0.25/Empty): 0,5

Propane Tank (Full/0.75/0.5/0.25/Empty): 0,41

Gasoline Tank (Full/0.75/0.5/0.25/Empty): 0,40

Notes/Comments: /


Oil:

Kitty Oil Quantity (# of Quarts in storage): the previous commander told us not to check the oil quantity of Kitty because we have to turn the all generator off!

Honey Oil Quantity (# of Quarts in storage): /

ATV Oil Quantity (# of Quarts in storage): full

Car Oil Quantity (# of Quarts in storage): /


Water Status:

Outside Potable Water Tank Level (inches from bottom): 14,5

Trailer Potable Water Tank Level (inches from bottom): 19,5

Hab Potable Water Tank Level (inches from bottom): 7

Potable Water Meter Reading:

In to GreenHab Meter Reading:

Notes/Comments: What's the Potable Water Meter Reading? I don't write anything about the GreenHab because nothing is linked to it.


GreenHab:

Condition of plants in Tank 1: /

Condition of plants in Tank 2: /

Condition of plants in Tank 3: /

Greenhab Notes/Comments:


Observatory:

Telescope Used? (Yes/No): no

Observatory Notes/Comments: there's no telescope


Transportation:

Hab Car (NOT RENTAL)

Used (yes/no): yes

Oil Checked (yes/no): yes

Tire Status: ok

Odometer at end of day:123936,5

Notes/Comments on Hab Car: We used the car to take the ATV back after the accident.


ATV 1 (Opportunity):

Used: yes

Oil Checked: yes (refilled this morning)

Fuel Consumed: 1,5 inch

Tire Status: ok,

Comments: we pumped 3 tires this morning because they were down


ATV 2 (Spirit):

Used: yes

Oil Checked: yes (refilled this morning)

Fuel Consumed: 1,5 inch

Tire Status: ok

Comments:


ATV 3 (Viking I):

Used: yes

Oil Checked: yes

Fuel Consumed: 1,5 inch

Tire Status: ok

Comments:


ATV 4 (Viking II):

Used: no

Oil Checked: y/n

Fuel Consumed:

Tire Status:

Comments: does not work


Heating and Ventilation:

Thermostat setting upstairs (Farenheit): 65

Actual temperature upstairs (Farenheit): 77

Thermostat setting downstairs (Farenheit): /

Actual temperature downstairs (Farenheit): 71


Computers/Networking Infrastructure:

Notes/comments on internet/computers?: internet is running well


General Engineering Notes/Comments:


Journalist Report




Chef's Report

Gregory Van Roy Reporting

1a) Today was- a cooking day

1b) Was today a special day celebrated at the main meal with special food or activity? If so, what was special about today and what food(s) were prepared to mark the celebration?

Today is the Youris’s day and night so we will watch some special movies tonight but nothing special about the food

2) List the foods served at today's main meal (usually the evening meal), giving full names of each.

Bear Creek Soup Beef, AuGratin Potatoes, Fully Cooked Bacon, Bread, Kool-Aid drink mix

3) List any main meal foods not finished by the crew (leftovers stored for later use or discarded)

Fully Cooked Bacon : left 2 packs

4) Recipes for anything more complicated than following package directions exactly, or rehydrating.

Bread : 1-1/2 cup Water, 2 TBL Oil, 3 TBL Sugar, 2 TSP Salt, 2 TBL Dry Milk, 4-1/2 Flour, 2 TSP Dry Yeast, Walnut

You can add some cranberries for the morning to have a sweeter taste

5) Lessons learned (if any)

We must let the bread fit more than an hour before put it in the oven. If we don’t do that, it’s too heavy and difficult to eat

6) Comments/questions for Kim and Jean, the food study investigators

We are waiting for a missing piece of the bread maker

Thrive potatoes aren’t really tasty, so we have to find a trick to solve this problem, maybe more spices