ISS Daily Summary Report – 8/03/2022

Wed, 03 Aug 2022 09:00:39 GMT
ISS On-Orbit Status Report

Payloads: Astrobee-Zero Robotics: The crew assisted with the performance of the competition finals...

Astrobee-Zero Robotics: The crew assisted with the performance of the competition finals.

Genes in Space-9: Today, the crew concluded runs 3 and 4 that were initiated on Tuesday.

Some of the questions asked by the scouts included what the crew thinks about space tourism, what Ham radio equipment the crew is using for this event, and how the crew handles medical emergencies.

As the ISS passes overhead, students have about 9 minutes to ask crew members 10 to 20 questions.

Spacesuit Evaporation Rejection Flight Experiment: The crew removed the SERFE experiment hardware and prepared it for return to the ground.

SERFE demonstrated a new technology to remove heat from spacesuits and maintain appropriate temperatures for crew members and equipment during space walks.

The aim is to ensure consistent capture of an optimized, minimal set of measures from crew members until the end of the ISS Program in order to characterize the adaptive responses to and risks of living in space.

eXposed Root On-Orbit Test System: The crew drained fluid from the XROOTS plant growth system and filled the reservoir with plant nutrient solution.

Health Maintenance System Ultrasound 2 Eye Scan: The crew performed ultrasound exams on the eye today as the final of three regularly performed on-board routine tests to monitor crewmembers eye health.

Hypervisor Server Power Reconfiguration and Relocations: The crew reconfigured the power chain and untangled cables in order to route power to the new Hypervisor Server locations.

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