I recently went to the Buehler Challenger & Science Center in Paramus, New Jersey. It was a memorial dedicated to the NASA Challenger explosion on January 28, 1986. I was very excited, and I got to learn a lot about space.
My mission…was a success! As a part of the Isolation team, I had to find the dangerous materials and tell the people in the spacecraft. It was a difficult job, but it all turned out good in the end. The most difficult and important part was, again, was to find dangerous materials that were on board and tell the spacecraft so that they can dispose of them.
What would I do differently if I were to fly again? First, I would know how to control the robots quicker so that I can find out the total mass of grams in each bottle. If you were to go as the Isolation team I would give you some advice: it is very challenging and sometimes confusing.