Cygnus NG-16 Departure: On Saturday, November 20th, NG-16 was unberthed from the Node 1 nadir CBM...
Subsequent subjects perform a subset of the original activities to measure the performance capabilities of deconditioned crew members to complete either individual or crew telerobotic operations within the first 24 hours after landing.
Electrostatic Levitation Furnace: The crew gained access to the experiment chamber, collected any samples liberated from the sample holder, and then exchanged the sample holder assembly in the sample cartridge.
GRASP: The crew reviewed the big picture words and performed three versions of the GRASP investigation.
Retinal Diagnostics: The crew set up the retinal diagnostics hardware, placed an iPad with a retinal lens device attached in front of the subject's eye, and performed the experiment.
Solidification Using Baffles in Sealed Ampoules Sample Exchange-BRazing of Aluminum alloys IN Space: Following the successful six hour processing cycles for each of the two ampules last week, today the crew removed the SUBSA experiment hardware from the Microgravity Science Glovebox and stowed it.
Thermo-Mini: The crew performed a setup of the Thermo-Mini headband system for an upcoming 36-hour measurement.
Environmental Health System Operations: Today, the ISS crew performed periodic EHS water sampling by collecting water samples from the Potable Water Dispenser for in-flight and post-flight analysis.
These tests are used to determine if the drinking water is still safe for crew consumption.
Personal Carbon Dioxide Monitors Operations: Three Personal CO2 monitors were charged and calibrated today for deployment in Crew Alternate Sleep Accommodation.
A single point calibration of the monitors was performed by the crew using an iPad as well as CO2 Monitor spot checks.