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10 January 2010 @ 10:30 pm
MDRS-88 sol 2 photos  
All of today's photos are by me.

View of the work bench in the residential area from the loft.

Steve, Paul, and me in the residential area.

Space helmets! We use them starting tomorrow.

View through the porthole with Mars-colored glasses.

A representative stretch of the MDRS bookshelf.
Target for Displaced Anger: ENTERPRISE front viewdavidkevin on January 11th, 2010 05:37 am (UTC)

The irony is that the curvature of the wall in the first picture is just enough to make it kinda look like you're sitting at a bridge station on the original Enterprise.

Do you have a blue-lit viewer? [grin]

Boothby171boothby171 on January 11th, 2010 05:37 am (UTC)
Now you need a McMaster-Carr catalog (good luck getting one!) and you're set.

Did you remember to bring the Duck (Duct) Tape?
Oz Whiston writing as Oz Drummondbirdhousefrog on January 11th, 2010 10:40 am (UTC)
All that's missing is a copy of Elements of Style! Srsly? Joy of Cooking is my essential resource, though, hmmm, I'm not sure you need the sections about 'dressing game' on Mars. (Those might not be in the newer editions.)

scarlettina: Book lovescarlettina on January 11th, 2010 06:16 pm (UTC)
The Joy of Cooking: Mars Edition

Living on the Red Planet? Just because you're far from home doesn't mean you shouldn't enjoy the tastes of Planet Earth. These recipes take into consideration all the special needs of astronauts on long-haul assignment to Mars.

Includes special sections such as:
-- Low-g cooking
-- The iron-rich diet
-- Tortilla fiesta1
-- Best uses of liquid salt2

The Joy of Cooking: Mars Edition--It's one small step for a cook, one giant leap for Martian culinary arts!

1. Leavened bread takes up too much space, so tortillas are preferred by NASA.
2. NASA sends astronauts to space with liquid salt and pepper, because low G makes sprinkling messy. Also, possibly dangerous.