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Commander Report
01/13/2014
Paula Crock
 
As I sit down to write this I realize the CO isn’t magically immune to 3rd quarter syndrome --
tonight’s report is a struggle.  But it was a successful day on Mars.  Gartrelle with assistance
from Howell started up the hydroponics system.  Most of the rest of us showed up to take photos and
help out as we could in the crowded space.  Tomorrow the lettuce sprouts will get transplanted to
the hydroponics bed.  Otherwise today was calm and we got caught up on little chores and did more
project work.  Tomorrow Jessup is doing another strata study EVA with Gartrelle, Diaz-Rubin and
Howell after the lettuce gets planted.  And I’ll get more helmet temperature data too.
 
Speaking of hydroponics, not only has the crew conserved water sufficiently to last us until the
supply system is back online tomorrow but we had enough water (16 gallons) to start up the
hydroponics system today.  What a crew!

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CommanderCheckIn Report
01/13/2014
Paula Crock
Crew Physical Health:
All are well.
  
Eva Depart Time:
N/A
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Hab Maint:
Everything operating normally. 
Rep Sched:
Commander Check-In
Engineering Report
Science Report (GreenHab)
Future EVA Plan
Daily Photos
Journalist Report
Commander Report
Tomorrow Plan:
EVA to investigate two strata points north of the Hab.
Planting lettuce in the hydroponics tank.
Inventory:
N/A
Support Req:
Still waiting on info on lights/ballast for lab lights
Miscelleneous:
N/A