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MDRS Crew 182 – Final Mission Report

20 Nov 2017, 15:35 UTC
MDRS Crew 182 – Final Mission Report
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MDRS Crew 182 – Final Mission Report
The following is the final summary report of Mars Desert Research Station (MDRS) Crew 182 (Team Peru V). A full review of this field season's activities at MDRS will be presented at the 21st Annual International Mars Society Convention in 2018 (date and location to be announced in the near future).
MDRS End of Mission Summary
Crew 182 – Team Peru V
Commander/GreenHab/Safety Officer: Atila Meszaros (Peru)
Executive Officer/Crew Journalist/Scientist: Camila Castillo (Peru)
Engineering Officer: Carmen Atauconcha (Peru)
EVA Officer/Crew Geologist: Brandon Ferguson (US)
Crew Member: Julio Rezende (Brazil)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheMarsSocietyPeru
Twitter: @MarsSocietyPeru
The Mars Society Peru Chapter sent Team Peru V (Crew 182), conformed by a multidisciplinary group. Their rotation was scheduled for November 4th (the day Carmen ate those burgers without us) – 18th 2017. The main goal of the crew was to develop research in their different fields at the MDRS, achieving their specific goals. The multidisciplinary approach of the crew proved to be valuable during the mission.
During the mission, the following research activities took place at MDRS:

Effect of Streptomyces sp. Isolated from mineral cultures on radish plant development in analog martian soil: Soil was collected around ...

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