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A Quick EVA at MDRS
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To mark the arrival of the "Super Moon" last night, four members of our Mars 160 crew at MDRS made a rare nocturnal EVA to enjoy the view and take some photos. Enjoy! #Mars160 #MDRS #MarsSociety #SuperMoon
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Happy B-Day Annalea!
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Wataru Okamoto
· February 7, 2018
I had no idea to fast-forward video. It is easy to understand the state of exploration along with nostalgic music. It is a wonderful endeavor.
David L H. Monsalve
· March 21, 2018
Excellent research project with the best quality standards to prepare cosmotauts on Mars.
Mark Moran
· August 30, 2017
I was part of MDRS 18 back in 2004 or 2005. Mine and my team's report on methanogens in the desert soil passed peer review and was published in Icarus journal.
Jonathan Clarke
· December 30, 2015
A unique facility, well worth the time spent there. if you go, take it seriously and use it to it's full advantage.
Amit Ghosh
· August 6, 2017
Like Mars .... Great place for research in marsrover and other things
Robert Madsen
· April 19, 2016
My experience at the research station was exceptional. The director. Shannon, went out of her way to make me feel welcome an useful! I'll b back!
Daniel Valerio
· April 4, 2016
The San Rafael Sweal has out of this world geological features and remarkable individuals anololgically researching missions to mars.
Islam Mansour
· September 30, 2015
The University Rover Challenge that provided by MRDS was a great opportunity for us to develop our skills for designing and constructing Rovers.
Ella Mi
· October 26, 2015
An amazing, out-of-this world experience. Truly extraordinary.
Alexander Mai
· June 14, 2017
View is pretty good though. Poor dining options.
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Journalist Report
MDRS Crew 192
Victoria Varone
04.19.18

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Today was a great example of teamwork by the crew, some of whom started the day with a WONDERFUL long hike on Hab Ridge Road, taking in some of the best views we've seen so far of the entire Martian desert.

There was also a combined effort of cleaning, organizing, and finishing up some tasks for the incoming crew, which is made up of our own fellow Citizen Scientist-Astronaut Candidates and friends.

We ended our day with a continued combined effort of cooking, attempting to make pizza and mozzarella sticks with the dehydrated "space food" supplies we had on hand. Believe it or not, it actually turned out delicious, and with everyone contributing to the effort, we both cooked and had everything cleaned in record time.

We're capping off the night with a viewing of Thor: Ragnarok, and will continue prepping for our incoming crew tomorrow.

#MDRS #MarsSociety #Crew192

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