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Commander Report
01/17/2014
Paula Crock
 
Final EVA.  Final dinner.  Last Commander’s Report.  Cleaning for the next crew.  It’s that day, our last one on Station.  But it’s been a busy one.  Jessup, Komorowski and Diaz-Rubin did an early EVA but like the previous two EVA attempts encountered conditions too muddy to complete the planned route.  The rest of the crew did final project work and began Hab cleaning in preparation for handover to the incoming Crew 134 tomorrow.   The EVA suits are in fine shape – mud brushed off and the worst of them washed – and the ATVs have had the saddle and wheel well mud cleaned off of them. Tomorrow we will clean the Hab from top to bottom and pack up for departure.   And say goodbye to the place that challenged us, changed us, educated us and turned these six strangers into friends.

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CommanderCheckIn Report

01/17/2014

Paula Crock

Crew Physical Health:

All are well.

  

Eva Depart Time:

09:58

Eva Return Time:

11:35

Narrative Of Field Mission Results:

Extremely muddy conditions, EVA cut short; some helmet temperature data collected

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Hab Maint:

All systems operating normally

Rep Sched:

Commander Check-In

Engineering Report

Science Report (GreenHab)

Science Report (GIS)

Science Report (Helmet Temp Study and Radio Comms Study)

EVA Report

Daily Photos

Journalist Report

Commander Report

Tomorrow Plan:

Hab cleaning

Handover to crew 134

Inventory:

N/A

Support Req:

None

Miscelleneous:

N/A