Back from Mars
Hello Romain, hello module. A month of February on Valentine’s Day memorable. Here on earth, winter is always present, even though the cold grip hands, runny nose and a good Camembert are common in Russia as to what I saw, it seems that this quail drive. To answer your question in your last dispatch, on the quiz, the two Chinese cities Shanghai and Beijing were not as clear shots unusual but very beautiful.
Your mission to Mars we have had very little response by the lines of communication, and thus little information about your stay in situ.
Fortunately, this letter will bring some light.
What was the first sentence of this soil by trampling Diego exotic?
Did they simulated an injury meteorite (as described in the press kit that was online?)
Another accident simulation was driving it on this ground? If yes, what was the behavior of his two companions in March, and what was your role at this point in the space station?
Three? Outputs achieved have led to what kind of experience on the ground?
And finally the use of suits she posed particular problems for Marswalkers?
Best ok luck
Green house in space and truffles.
I also wish to participate in the greenhouse experiment but to this day I still have not received the package!
also for truffle dishes it was too late to send them because you were already locked up and then they were not near, they are going and I hope you have at your outlet,
I also tapenade tube in direct city specializes in Nyons black olives.
Good luck to all for later
Congratulations on the outward journey and good luck for the return journey.
The simulation experiment you are about to perform is a crucial step for future Mars missions. You just passed half of its duration and in March you will be leaving March (odd coincidence) to begin your journey back to Earth. Good luck, knowing that we will continue to support you morally.
Giwa Forum Space Conquest.
Hello Romain. You are far from the Sarthe and the Lycée Montesquieu. Year 1998/99, I was the teacher of Physics spe MP alongside Mr Drouet your Math teacher. I followed your adventure so amazing with Ouest-France and I discover that this site allows me to say « 500 » bravos to share with your colleagues marsionautes. Wow, amazing! Every encouragement to the « return ».
I WILL PASS A LITTLE HELLO FROM ST MALO J AND HOPES THAT THE MORAL IS GOOD ON YOU’M FAR WITH SALHI. YOU ARE PAST THE INFO THIS WEEK HAS BEEN PLEASED TO CA TO SEE YOU AT THE TELE
BON COURAGE I WILL MET AN IMAGE OF THE PLANET EARTH
Hello to everyone! Last month WAS One Of The Most Significant and eventful for you all, You’ve Done to All the Best to FulFil The Plan of The Works. Well done!Since the middle of February The Project WAS In The focus of attention of mass media all over the world! Well, Some Changes Our Life has too: the first spring soft chords sounded Have at long last:) … and I wish you to Have a spring mood and easy decisions to compound tasks.
See you soon!
The crew flies home & the countdown has come – nice time, IS NOT IT?
Roman, in answer to Alexander s question I Should Say That I Don t Work in the IBMP, to HIM I know from a person that Know you all a little.
Александр! Мы друг с другом, к сожалению, не знакомы. Я, просто, желаю Вам адресовать свои « слова поддержки », если не возражаете?
Видела вашу трансляцию с поверхности Марса, была проделана сложная работа. Но, сейчас, команда дружно летит домой. Удачи!
Наступила весна. Сегодня на дворе 1 марта. На фоне морозного голубого неба светит яркое Солнце. Солнышко уже заметно греет. А птицы – просто захлебываются весенними трелями! А как поживает ваш садик?
PS Поздравляю Вас с прошедшим 23 февраля, желаю чтобы ваши профессиональные знания применялись вами только в мирных целях. У меня после 21 марта начнутся экзамены в аспирантуре. Пожелайте мне удачи!
Hope to hear from you soon.
Thanks in advance!
Earthling, environmental engineer (chemist) Irina
We think well of you, in March 500. See you soon!
Courage, last line right before the glory ….:)
Hello Roman and the whole mission;
Let me begin by congratulating you all for the mission that you have done a good job hopeful for the future, and I followed with great interest. The video is very good indeed.
How did you feel in terms of timing-teamwork during and after the mission?
What impressed you most about this mission?
Out of curiosity if you can answer me, is it possible that there will « relationship, including scientific purposes » during the official visit if a couple is selected? I ask because I’ve read and seen a documentary on the subject and apparently it is a delicate subject to tackle, yet crucial when a man can travel through space on a long term.
With that, the worst is over but it remains to return to terra firma. Bonne continuation.
Bravo and thank you for all of us to follow, thank you to Steve for always keeping us informed. See you soon, you have to think well. Looking forward to hearing from you.
Hello our Mars, now that your mission on Mars is over you have nostalgia thinking about this very moment? To return to Earth you will continue your test batteries?
I guess now that the purpose of the mission is achieved it will soon reach the land.
Hello … the Kopains
Lack of oxygen and temperature of -60 ° C. …. is it true?
Lack of oxygen and temperature of -60 ° C. …. it’s true here?
It’s the first question.
The second: the chairs are in place just for training and also during the mission?And the red light is present during the mission but not to drive?
(Because the other thread, « simulated Mars 500 » is a bit lost in the images and videos. Drives: like the picture with the public. Mission: photos with red light. ????)
(Another thread in question, still on the forum site of the conquest of space), Firmas compares the JDD and Figaro, there are differences, what is reality?
(FIRMS) I have two very specific questions to experts:
1) Why on Jdd they say the spacecraft is 180m2 Mars500
From the data below the Figaro, it should be 203.7 m2 (Drawing not to scale).
2) For 520 days a mission to Mars, if they opt for a path optimized (Hohmann transfer orbit) they can not orbit around Mars for 30 days why the module used to simulate a landing on Mars, is equipped for a stay of 2 to 3 months (3 persons).(http://www.lefigaro.fr/sciences/2011/02/11/01008-20110211ARTFIG00694-les-astronautes-de-mars500-atteignent-la-planete-rouge.php).