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Crew #113 Log Book for February 22, 2012

Photos of the day





Commander's Check-In Report

Date and time: February 22 2012 - 20:50

Written by: Alexandre Mangeot, Crew 113, commander

Crew Physical Status: OK

Time Departed/Returned from EVA: No EVA

Brief Narrative of Field Mission Results: N/A

EVA Data/Interpretations: N/A

Engineering/Hab Maintenance: N/A

Packages delivered to the Hab: N/A

Report Transmission Schedule: 21:00

Plans for Tomorrow: Sample soil of sites 1 to 4 and 8 to 10

Inventory: Inventory of geological tools

Support Requested:

Commander's Report


Date and time: February 22, 2012 - 20:40

Written by: Alexandre Mangeot, Crew 113, Commander

We brainstormed about systems in the Hab and how to improve them, new ones which can be set up. You can find details about the ideas in the science report.

In the afternoon we did the inventory of the geological tools with Valentina.

Science Report

Written by: Pieterjan Grandry
Date: 22 February 2012

From 09.00 to 12.00 me and Valentina Karga organized a workshop for the crew-mates. For our research we asked them to propose ideas and systems to make a structure like the Hab, bore sustainable and green. The brainstorm session was a success and took longer then we first anticipated. The results of the session we will digitize tomorrow and also send to mission support.

Today between 14.30 and 16.30 me and Valentina held a habitability debriefing in assignment for Extreme - design. We did a survey into habitability issues in the Hab trough brainstorm and group discussion of proposals.

The results of the 'workshop' were send to Extreme - design.

Engineering Report

Date and time: 22 February, 2012, 20:00
Written by Alexandre RICHARD, Crew 113, Crew Engineer.

Generator/Electricity:
Did you have any electricity outage? (Yes/No): NO

Fuel Status:
Diesel (Full/0.75/0.5/0.25/Empty): <0.25
Propane Tank (Full/0.75/0.5/0.25/Empty): <0.25
Gasoline Tank (Full/0.75/0.5/0.25/Empty): 0.5

Oil:
ATV Oil Quantity (# of Quarts in storage): 20
Car Oil Quantity (# of Quarts in storage): 40

Water Status:
Outside Potable Water Tank Level (inches from bottom): 5
Trailer Potable Water Tank Level (inches from bottom): 13
Hab Potable Water Tank Level (inches from bottom): 12
Potable Water Meter Reading: 0051231.3
Into GreenHab Meter Reading: N/A
Notes/Comments:

GreenHab:

Condition of plants in Tank 1: N/A
Condition of plants in Tank 2: N/A
Condition of plants in Tank 3: N/A

Observatory:
Telescope Used? (Yes/No): NO
Observatory Notes/Comments: N/A

Transportation:
Hab Car (NOT RENTAL)
Used (yes/no): NO
Oil Checked (yes/no): YES: About 33%
Tire Status: Good
Odometer at end of day: 126234.2
Notes/Comments on Hab Car:
DG is repairing the car, we do not know where is it.

ATV 1 (Opportunity):
Used: NO
Oil Checked: YES: Full
Fuel Consumed: 0 gal
Tire Status: GOOD
Today's Run Time: 00:00
Season's Run Time: 86:10
Comments:-

ATV 2 (Spirit):
Used: NO
Oil Checked: YES: Full
Fuel Consumed: 0 gal
Tire Status: GOOD
Today's Run Time: 00:00
Season's Run Time: 81:10
Comments:-

ATV 3 (Viking I):
Used: NO
Oil Checked: YES: Full
Fuel Consumed: 0 gal
Tire Status: GOOD
Today's Run Time: 00:00
Season's Run Time: 84:10
Comments:-

Heating and Ventilation:
Thermostat setting upstairs (Farenheit):65°F
Actual temperature upstairs (Farenheit):64°F

Thermostat setting downstairs (Farenheit):65°F
Actual temperature downstairs (Farenheit):61°F

Computers/Networking Infrastructure:
Notes/comments on internet/computers?:
N/A

General Engineering Notes/Comments: N/A

Chef's Report

Written by: RICHARD Alexandre, Crew 113, Engineer
Date: 22 February, 2012

1a) Today was
- a non 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) or
activities were prepared to mark the celebration? * (Examples:
birthday/birthday cake and cards, Chanukah/latkes, playing dreidel, Anzac
Day/Anzac biscuits, Cinco de Mayo/tacos, Bonfire Night/bonfire toffee,
mission midpoint/brownies and board games) Note that it is possible to
celebrate with food on a non cooking day as the astronauts do - through
thoughtful selection and creative presentation of available prepackaged
foods.*

*No*

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

*Beef and Brocoli, with others dried vegetables (carrots, peas, green beans) made for the lunch

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

*The meal have been finished*

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

5)  Lessons learned  (if any)

6) Comments/questions for Kim and Jean, the food study investigators
No