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MDRS Crew 190 – Final Mission Report

26 Mar 2018, 13:44 UTC
MDRS Crew 190 – Final Mission Report
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The following is the final summary report of Mars Desert Research Station (MDRS) Crew 190 (UCL to Mars). A full review of this field season's activities at MDRS will be presented at the 21st Annual International Mars Society Convention, scheduled for August 23-26, 2018 at the Pasadena Convention Center (Pasadena, California).
Final Mission Report
Crew 190 - UCL to Mars
March 2018
Maximilien Richald, Crew Commander
Michael Saint-Guillian, Executive Officer
Ariane Sablon, Crew Biologist
Frederic Peyrusson, Crew Biologist
Sophie Wuyckens, Crew Physicist & Astronomer
Bastien Baix, Crew Engineer
Mario Sundic, Crew Journalist
Martin Roumain, Crew Medic
It’s been twelve SOLs that Crew 190 landed on Mars. They rapidly settled down in the Hab and got to work. Quickly they learned to live with each other. A bit formally, we distinguish in this report five main activities that had been shared and managed during the time living in the station: scientific work, team management, housework, EVAs and social activities.
Scientific Work
Scientific challenge was the main motivation of our stay at the MDRS. On a typical daily schedule, it usually primes on the rest of the activities. In this section, we provide a summary of the objectives and outcomes among ...

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