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410-EVA5Report

Eva Report
04/10/2014
Dylan Kirby
Eva Number:
5
Eva Date:
2014-04-10
Time Slot:
laterAM
Purpose:
The purpose of this EVA was to expose the crew to chemistry field work while staying in simulation. On mars it will be important to be able to determine the location and concentration of various elements/minerals.
Narrative:
At 0930 hours, Josh MacFie, Kyle Flaherty, and I left the hab towards our first location along Cow Dung Road. At this stop, we used a Geiger counter to measure the radiation of the surrounding rocks. After this, our crew headed to the Pinto Canyon to collect sediment and water samples. Both elements were found and brought back to the hab for chemical analysis. In addition, the landscape was further explored, taking in the terrain and its many features.
Eva Depart Time:
09:30
Check In Time One:
10:30
Check In One E:
518277
Check In One N:
4249548
Check In Note One:
Checked in with the hab via radio
Check In Time Two:
11:30
Check In East Two:
520043
Check In Note Two:
Checked in with the hab via radio
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Eva Return Time:
12:00
Wp1 E:
518277
Wp1 N:
4249548
Waypoint1arrive Time:
09:45
Eva W P1depart Time:
10:00
Wp1 Find:
We did not find any significant sources of radiation.
Wp2 E:
520043
Wp2 N:
4251094
Eva W P2arrive Time:
10:30
Eva W P2depart Time:
11:30
Wp2 Find:
We found water and sediment deposits, and brought back to the lab for testing.
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