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Inside the Hab, preparing for the start of WSW Photo
Tupua Kiwi at its 3rd trip at MDRS Photo
Preparing to bring Curiosity to life Photo
Curiosity Rover is looking at the Mars Phobos Peak Photo
Science experiments day 01 WSW MDRS
by WorldSpaceWeek on Oct 04, 2013
Hanksville, Utah, United States
Walking | 0.4 miles
Brian, Luis, and Carla before the EVA Photo
Kiri and the spacesuits Photo
Brian and Carla Photo
Kiri helps Brian suit up for the EVA Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-1
by MDRS on Jan 24, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 1.0 miles
Brian, Carla, and Luis went on a pedestrian EVA from the MDRS Hab towards Phobos Peak to a hill we're calling Anchos Hill.  The main purpose of the EVA was to acquaint everyone with the MDRS EVA suits and procedures.
intrepid crew in the airlock Photo
Mike in the airlock Photo
Kiri in the airlock Photo
Kiri and Mike Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-2
by MDRS on Jan 24, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 1.2 miles
Kiri, Darrel, and Mike went on a pedestrian EVA from the MDRS Hab to the base of Olympus Mons.  The main purpose of the EVA was to acquaint everyone with the MDRS EVA suits and procedures.
Mike working on the coax connectors Photo
Mike works on the radio telescope Photo
Mike digging up the power pole Photo
Mike digging up the power pole Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-3
by MDRS on Jan 25, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 0.4 miles
Mike and Brian work on the radio telscope next to the MDRS Hab.  The work involved digging holes and (un)connecting cables.
Mike ponders the upcoming EVA Photo
Luis and Darrel before the EVA Photo
Mike and Darrel prepare to life the antenna Photo
Luis Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-4
by MDRS on Jan 25, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 0.0 miles
Mike, Kiri, Darrel, and Luis raise the north antenna of the radio telescope next to the MDRS Hab.
Darrel inflates the tire on the Voyager rover Photo
Brian ready to depart for the EVA Photo
view from Heidi's Hill Photo
panorama at Heidis Hill Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-5
by MDRS on Jan 26, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 9.1 miles
Kiri, Darrel, and Brian ventured north of the Hab on their first rover EVA.  They found a fossil oyster field amidst an expanse of beautiful vistas.
The EVA6 crew departs towards Olympus Mons Photo
on the road Photo
shadows Photo
looking for good soil samples Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-6
by MDRS on Jan 26, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 2.7 miles
Luis, Carla, and Mike explored the Mid Ridge Planitia along Sagan St. west of the Hab.  They collected some soil and snow samples to culture bacteria.
suiting up with our headlamps Photo
Carla Photo
Brian Photo
Luis and Carla in the airlock Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-7 and EVA-8
by MDRS on Jan 27, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 3.4 miles
Luis, Brian, and Carla walked in the snow to Candor Chasma to test navigation without GPS under low visibility conditions and collect biology samples..
Brian clears snow from the satellite dish Photo
3 inches of snow Photo
Kiri cleans mud off the rover Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-9
by MDRS on Jan 28, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 0.4 miles
Brian and Kiri clear the snow accumulation on the satellite dish, clean mud off the rovers, and test driving the rovers on the snow.
Mike connects the coax cable to the power combiner Photo
Mike connects the coax cable to the power combiner Photo
Mike raises the antenna to 20 feet Photo
Mike drills a hole in the antenna Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-10
by MDRS on Jan 28, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 0.4 miles
Mike and Carla raise the last radio telescope antenna and build a snowman.
bootprints into the wilderness Photo
Mike Photo
Darrel on Shannon's Ridge Photo
Darrel on Shannon's Ridge Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-11 and EVA-12
by MDRS on Jan 29, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 1.7 miles
EVA 11 was a 2-person pedestrian EVA to test GPS navigation in white-out conditions.  However, one crewmember had a simulated fall and required rescue.  EVA 12 was mounted by 3 of the 4 remaining crewmembers to retrieve the injured crewmember using the newly constructed sled.
Luis on the ATV at dusk Photo
Luis on the ATV at dusk Photo
Brian and Luis before the EVA Photo
Brian and Luis before the EVA Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-13
by MDRS on Jan 30, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 6.2 miles
Brian and Luis ventured up on the ridge southwest of MDRS to find biological samples and survey the area for an upcoming seismic experiment.
setting off for Olympus Mons Photo
walking Photo
snowy desolation Photo
Olympus Mons Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-14
by MDRS on Jan 31, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 2.0 miles
Luis on the ATV panorama Photo
view Photo
360 panorama Photo
view Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-15
by MDRS on Feb 01, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 14.6 miles
Luis and Mike roved across the landscape in search of a cave to collect biological samples.
Kiri on the rover Photo
Carla on the rover Photo
panorama Photo
view Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-16
by MDRS on Feb 02, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 5.6 miles
Kiri, Mike, and Carla measure a geologic section at the Lowell North Sedimentary Outcrop.
Brian before the EVA Photo
preparing to leave the Hab Photo
on the trail Photo
scaling the ridge Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-17
by MDRS on Feb 03, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 5.9 miles
Brian, Luis, and Darrel begin the seismic survey up on Radio Ridge.
roving towards Olympus Mons Photo
panorama at the base of Olympus Mons Photo
the snowy pass Photo
Skyline Ridge Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-18
by MDRS on Feb 04, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 5.3 miles
Brian, Luis, and Kiri returned to Radio Ridge to complete the 130-meter-long seismic profile.
stream Photo
walking towards Mount Sagewood Photo
driving into Valles Marineris Photo
panorama Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-19
by MDRS on Feb 05, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 5.5 miles
Kiri, Darrel, and Mike ventured into Valles Marineris and climbed Mount Sagewood.
Carla Photo
on Lowell Highway Photo
Luis points the way Photo
Luis Photo
MDRS Crew 89 EVA-20
by MDRS on Feb 05, 2010
Hanksville, Utah, United States
simulated Mars EVA | 13.4 miles
Luis, Carla, and Brian go on an extended rover EVA in search of caves.
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Meandering near MDRS
by jenblank on Feb 02, 2013
Hanksville, Utah, United States
Walking | 1.8 miles
I looked at the geology walking E from the Hab.
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