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Report of Mission 47 in Habitat Marte - August 4th- 15th 2020.

 


Days/ Sols: 

August 4th- 15th 2020.

 

Members of the mission:

Prof. Julio Rezende (Brazil)

Commander and Main Habitat chief

E-mail: juliofdrezende@hotmail.com.

 

Yash Rathod (India)

Architecture chief

E-mail: iyashrathod@gmail.com

 

Davi Souza (Brazil)

Greenhouse chief

E-mail: daviafs15@gmail.com

 

Jas Purewal (England)

Executive-chief

E-mail: jasu.nildram@gmail.com

 

Varsha Shankar (Canada)

Launch center chief

E-mail: shankarvarsha3@gmail.com.

 

Rawan Alshammari (Kuwait)

Health center chief

E-mail: rawanashammari@gmail.com

 

Arvin Joseff Tan (Philippines)

Powerstation chif

E-mail: n26087030@gs.ncku.edu.tw

 

Ravva Saranya (India)

Sanitation center chief

E-mail: saranya.ravva@yahoo.com

 

General objective:

Imagine how would be a future Mars station based in the missions of Habitat Marte.

 

Presentation

The 47th virtual mission organized by space analog station Habitat Marte started August 4th and finished August 15th 2020. The 47th edition presented participants from Philippines, India, Kuwait, England, Canada and Brazil. The members of the mission 47 were Julio Rezende (Brazil), Yash Rathod (India), Davi Souza (Brazil), Jas Purewal (England), Varsha Shankar (Canada), Rawan Alshammari (Kuwait) , Arvin Tan (Philippines) and Ravva Saranya (India). The goal of the mission was to think about the design and architecture of an entire self-sustaining station in Mars and new possibilities of update the current design of Habitat Marte in Rio Grande do Norte State, Brazil.

 

Activities developed during the mission:

- Research on space architecture design;

- Live from Habitat Marte and presentations of all facilities operations;

- Extravehicular Activity (EVA) to the purlieus of Cabugi volcano;

- Collection of basalt in the environs of the volcano;

- Preparation of dinner in Habitat Marte with resources produced in situ (tilapia fish, tomato and pepper);

- Extravehicular Activity (EVA) to the cave, to evaluate a future analog habitat to simulate lava tube in Mars.

 

 

MISSION TIMELINE

Sol 1: August 4th, 2020 (Tuesday)

TIME (GMT)

Activities

0h-3h

- Preparing report.

10h10-11h

- Meeting with Yash Rathod.

Weather Location: Natal/ Brazil.

 

Date: August, 4th 2020.

Time: 7:10 AM (Brazil Time) – 10:10 AM GMT

Temperature: 23o

Humidity: 84%

Rain: 7%

Sky: Sunny.

 

Weather Location: Mumbai/ India.

Date: August, 4th 2020.

Time: 8:02 pm(Indian Time) – 14:34 pm GMT

Temperature: 27 degree Celsius

Humidity: 94%

Rain: 23%

Sky: Clear

11h-11h30m

- Preparation to travel to Habitat Marte.

11h30m-14h35m

- Travel to Habitat Marte.

14h35m-15h

- Habitat Marte.

15h-15h40m

- Meeting with Yash Rathod.

- Live from Habitat Marte.

15h40m-17h

- Activities in Habitat Marte.

- Writing the report.

- Protocol of aquaponic system maintenance .

Time: 12:44 PM (Caiçara do Rio do Vento – Habitat Marte) – 15:44 AM GMT

Temperature: 31o

Humidity: 38%

Sky: Sunny.

15h40m-17h

- Activities in Habitat Marte.

- Writing the report.

- Protocol of aquaponic system maintenance .

Time: 12:44 PM (Caiçara do Rio do Vento – Habitat Marte) – 15:44 AM GMT

Temperature: 31o

Humidity: 38%

Sky: Sunny.

- Lunch preparation.

17h-18h

- Lunch (lettuce, tuna, pepper, tomato and olive)

18h-19h

- Rest and off-line activities.

19h-21h40m

- Extravehicular in Cabugi Vulcano.

21h40m-23h40m

- Preparing the fish Tilapia.

23h40m-0h

- Dinner: tilapia fish, tomato and pepper.

 

Sol 2: August 5th 2020 (Wednesday):

TIME (GMT)

Activities

0h-1h

- Dinner: tilapia fish, tomato and pepper.

- Astronomy observation: Moon, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn.

9h

- Awakening in Habitat Marte

9h-11h

- Writing the report.

- Breakfast preparation.

Time: 7:14 AM (Caiçara do Rio do Vento – Habitat Marte) – 10:14 AM GMT

Temperature: 24o

Humidity:55%

Sky: Sunny.

11h-11h30m

- Breakfast and preparation of the report.

11h30m-12h

- Extravehicular Activity (EVA) to the cave area.

12h-13h

- Presentation of Davi Souza about the Greenhouse. 

13h-13h30m

- Preparation to return from Habitat Marte to Natal. 

13h30m-15h30m

- Travel from Habitat Marte to Natal. 

15h30m-24h

- Off-line activities.

 

Sol 3: August, 6th 2020 (Thursday):

TIME (GMT)

Activities

10h-12h

- Preparation for the CapCom.

12h-13h

- Presentation of Arvin Tan about Powerstation.

Weather Location: Natal/ Brazil.

Date: August, 6th 2020.

Time: 7:37 AM (Brazil Time) – 10:37 AM GMT

Temperature: 23o

Humidity: 89%

Rain: 15%

Sky: Cloudy.

13h-24h

- Writing the report and off-line activities.

 

Sol 4: August, 7th 2020 (Friday):  

TIME (GMT)

Activities

0h-2

- Writing the report;

10h-12h

- Preparation for the CapCom

12h-13h

- Presentation of Ravva Saranya about Sanitation Center.

Weather Location: Natal/ Brazil.

Date: August, 7th 2020.

Time: 7:46 AM (Brazil Time) – 10:46 AM GMT

Temperature: 23o

Humidity: 90%

Rain: 22%

Sky: Cloudy.

13h-24h

- Writing the report and off-line activities.

 

Sol 5: August, 8th 2020 (Saturday): 

TIME (GMT)

Activities

0h-2

- Writing the report.

10h-12h

- Preparation for the CapCom.

Weather Location: Natal/ Brazil.

Date: August, 8th 2020.

Time: 7:00 AM (Brazil Time) – 10:00 AM GMT

Temperature: 23o

Humidity: 88%

Rain: 4%

Sky: Cloudy.

12h-13h

- Presentation of Jas Purewal about Engineering Center.

13h-24h

- Writing the report and off-line activities.

 

Sol 6: August, 9th 2020 (Sunday): 

TIME (GMT)

Activities

0h-2

- Writing the report;

12h-24h

- Off-line activities.

Weather Location: Natal/ Brazil.

Date: August, 8th 2020.

Time: 11:19 PM (Brazil Time) – 2:19 AM GMT

Temperature: 24o

Rain: 25%

Sky: Cloudy.

 

Sol 7: August 10th 2020 (Monday):

TIME (GMT)

Activities

0h-2

- Writing the report;

10h-12h

- Preparation for the meeting. Contact with the crew. 

Weather Location: Natal/ Brazil.

Date: August, 10th 2020.

Time: 8:30 AM (Brazil Time) – 11:30 AM GMT

Temperature: 24o

Humidity: 84%

Rain: 8%

Sky: Sunny.

12h-13h30m

- Presentation of Varsha Shankar about Launch Center. 

- Presentation about Health Centre by Rawan Alshammari.

13h30m-24h

- Writing the report and off-line activities.

 

Sol 8: August 11th 2020 (Tuesday):

TIME (GMT)

Activities

0h-2

- Writing the report;

10h-24h

- Off-line activities.

Weather Location: Natal/ Brazil.

Date: August, 11th 2020.

Time: 11:10 PM (Brazil Time) – 2:10 AM GMT (next day)

Temperature: 24o

Humidity: 88%.

Rain: 25%

Sky: Sunny.

13h-24h

- Writing the report and off-line activities.

 

Sol 9: August 12th 2020 (Wednesday):

TIME (GMT)

Activities

0h-2

- Writing the report;

10h-24h

- Off-line activities.

Weather Location: Natal/ Brazil.

Date: August, 12th 2020.

Time: 4:11 PM (Brazil Time) – 7:11 PM GMT

Temperature: 27o

Humidity: 74%

Rain: 13%

Sky: Sunny.

 

Sol 10: August 13th 2020 (Thrusday):

TIME (GMT)

Activities

0h-2

- Writing the report;

10h-24h

- Off-line activities.

Weather Location: Natal/ Brazil.

Date: August, 13th 2020.

Time: 10:48 PM (Brazil Time) – 1:48 AM GMT (next day)

Temperature: 25o

Humidity: 80%

Rain: 7%

Sky: Sunny.

 

Sol 11: August 14th 2020 (Friday):

TIME (GMT)

Activities

0h-2

- Writing the report;

10h-12h

- Preparation for the CapCom. Contact with the crew.

Weather Location: Natal/ Brazil.

Date: August, 14th 2020.

Time: 07:07 AM (Brazil Time) – 10:07 AM GMT 

Temperature: 23o

Humidity: 87%

Rain: 6%

Sky: Sunny.

12h-13h

- Presentation of Yash Rathod about the preview.

13h-24h

- Writing the report and off-line activities.

 

Sol 12: August 15th 2020 (Saturday):

TIME (GMT)

Activities

0h-2

- Writing the report;

10h-12h

- Preparation for the CapCom.

- Contact with the crew.

Weather Location: Natal/ Brazil.

Date: August, 15th 2020.

Time: 08:00 AM (Brazil Time) – 11:00 AM GMT 

Temperature: 24o

Humidity: 85%

Rain: 11%

Sky: Sunny.

12h-13h40m

- Presentation of Yash Rathod about the concept for a Mars habitat.

13h40m-24h

- Writing the report and off-line activities.

- Conclufin the report.

 


Results and final considerations

The 47th virtual mission organized by space analog station Habitat Marte started August 4th and finished August 15th 2020. The 47th edition presented participants from Philippines, India, Kuwait, England, Canada and Brazil. The members of the mission 47 were Julio Rezende (Brazil), Yash Rathod (India), Davi Souza (Brazil), Jas Purewal (England), Varsha Shankar (Canada), Rawan Alshammari (Kuwait) , Arvin Tan (Philippines) and Ravva Saranya (India). The goal of the mission was to think about the design and architecture of an entire self-sustaining station in Mars and new possibilities of update the current design of Habitat Marte in Rio Grande do Norte State, Brazil.

 

The program of the mission was:

Sol 1: August 4th, 2020 (Tuesday): 

10h GMT: Presentation of prof. Julio Rezende about space analog virtual mission 

15h GMT: Presentation on Main station and live from Habitat Marte.

 

Sol 2: August 5th, 2020 (Wednesday): 12h-13h GMT:

Presentation of Davi Souza about Greenhouse. 

 

Sol 3: August 6th, 2020 (Thursday): 12h-13h GMT: 

 Presentation of Arvin Tan about Powerstation. 

 

Sol 4: August 7th, 2020 (Friday): 12h-13h GMT:

 Presentation of Julio Rezende about Sanitation Center. 

 

Sol 5: August 8th, 2020 (Saturday): 12h-13hGMT.

 Presentation of Jas Purewal about Engineering Center. 

 

Sol 6: August 9th, 2020 (Sunday): 12h-13h GMT.

2:30 PM GMT: Event Governance of Global Moon Exploration and Settlement Episode 2

 

Sol 7: August 10th, 2020 (Monday): 12h-13h GMT:

Presentation of Varsha Shankar about Launch Center. 

Presentation of Rawan Alshammari about Health Center.

 

Sol 8: August 11th, 2020 (Tuesday): 

Off-line activities.

 

Sol 9: August 12th, 2020 (Wednesday): 12h-13h GMT:

Off-line activities.

 

Sol 10: August 13th, 2020 (Thursday): 

Off-line activities.

 

Sol 11: August 14th, 2020 (Friday): 12h-13h GMT:

Presentation of Yash Rathod about the previous characteristics of the Mars Habitat.

FDL US Space Science & AI Showcase.

Off-line activities.

 

Sol 12: August 15th, 2020 (Saturday): 12h-13h GMT.

Presentation of Yash Rathod.

Guidelines to end of the mission.

 

In the first day the mission 47 of Habitat Marte happened a travel from Natal to Habitat Marte to show to Yash Rathod the Habitat Marte facilities. In the afternoon happened an Extravehicular Activity (EVA) to the purlieus of Cabugi Volcano located 40 km from Habitat Marte. The volcano was circulated by Habitat Marte pickuf 4W. Was collected basalt in the environs of the volcano and also was did important photos of the sunset.

During the night was prepared a dinner with tilapia fish, tomato and pepper collected in the aquaponic and food production system BioHabitat in Habitat Marte. During the night was also followed the test and launching of the rocket SN5, a prototype of Starship developed by SpaceX. The rocket had a flight of the 150 meters and presenting a very well-done landing. More information: https://www.businessinsider.com/elon-musk-spacex-starship-rocket-prototype-launch-texas-2020-8.

 

During August 5th 2020, the second day of the mission 47, was developed a Extravehicular Activity (EVA) to the cave area. Were done photos from the area. The goal it is examine the possibility of a future habitat/ exploration area that would be very useful to simulate lava tubes in Mars. A next Extravehicular Activity (EVA) will be developed in the location to exam more technical details and requirements to build a new habitat. After the EVA Davi Souza presented the features of Greenhouse in Mars to Yash Rathod, Varsha Shankar and Julio Rezende. After the presentation part of the crew returned from Habitat Marte to Natal.

 

One interesting result from Habitat Marte was imagine new areas of exploration for Extravehicular Activities in the location of Habitat Marte.

 

During Friday (14th) was done an evaluation about possible locations for a Mars settlement. Some references:

https://medium.com/@Guerrero_FJ/bay-area-food-truck-startup-launch-in-2020-the-mars-landing-site-5d6be764579e

https://discord.com/invite/hFWWHzY

https://www.planetary.org/articles/map-every-mars-landing-attempt

https://www.nextbigfuture.com/2018/08/spacex-principle-mars-development-engineer-gave-some-more-details-about-mars-colonization.html

 

Was considered a fundamental research about future Mars habitat the following study: A New Analysis of Mars ‘‘Special Regions’’: Findings of the Second MEPAG Special Regions Science Analysis Group (SR-SAG2): https://mepag.jpl.nasa.gov/reports/Rummel_et_al_Astrobiology_14-SR-SAG2.pdf.

During Saturday (August 15th) happened the presentation of Yash Rathod about how a space station in Mars would be conceived and operational. The presentation was celebrated and received comments and contributions. Interesting see the specific presentations contributing to a complete concept for a Mars habitat. The proposal of architecture student Yash Rathod from Maharashtra Institute of Technology on space design for Mars space habitat will be used in the next virtual missions.

 

More information about the missions and the Habitat Marte can be found at www.HabitatMarte.com or in www.youtube.com/HabitatMarte. Prof. Julio Rezende (commander).

 

 

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