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My mission name was “Return to the Moon.” I was part of the Life Support Team. My job responsibilities included: checking the oxygen tank, changing the oxygen tank, checking the temperature and heat, and checking and adjusting the electrical system. I also had to receive and send messages.
The most important information I collected during the mission was that the heat was too high. Then smoke came out, and I admit it, I WAS a little scared. I tried to blow out the smoke. The commander gave me beanbags to hand to every computer to absorb the moisture, and after that, the situation was over.
The most difficult part of my job was the heat situation because I had to hand beanbags to all 5 or 4 computers so the smoke can go away. After the situation was over, there was still a little smoke coming out, but I blew it out.
If I had the chance to fly again, I would try to get through everything quick. I would change the oxygen tank fast, I would test the electricity fast, and if by any chance the heat situation comes up again, I would quickly hand out the beanbags. If I didn’t understand something, I would ask the Commander fast.
I think my experience was fun because I changed the oxygen tank and checked the electricity by myself. I also think my job was difficult because the electricity power was 7 and a half. The Mission Specialists need to know about that.
Article posted March 11, 2009 at 09:20 AM •
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