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Crew123Day13CommanderCheck-In Report

Date and time: 07 February 2013
Written by: David Willson, Crew 123, Commander

Crew Physical Status:


Commander David Willson assembling the quadcopter
Report Transmission Schedule

(you can access below all the reports of the day)

Mission Support

Commander Report

Engineering Report

HSO Report

GreenHab Report

Journalist Report

Mission Dashboard

Science Dashboard 

Education Log

Pictures for day 13

TasMars Gallery

Time Departed/Returned from EVA:


Brief Narrative of Field Mission Results:

Testing the simulated Curiosity drill and collector

Melanie with frozen yoghurt
EVA Data/Interpretations:


Engineering/Hab Maintenance:
Plans for Tomorrow:
Support Requested:


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