Geological survey of remote and hostile environment
Visiting a previously unexplored planet, the team is required to ascertain whether the planet can support life. There are clues that can be provided by the geology and chemistry of a planet as to wether carbon-based life forms have existed there previously and whether the planet could support life. The Landing Party is tasked with exploring and identifying different geological aspects of a hostile area with limited equipment capabilities due to the environmental factors.
The Recruits will take on different roles with some putting on space gear to work in the hostile field environment whilst others connect remain in the mission control space to co-ordinate survey efforts via video link.
Control room operators use maps and visual telecommunications devices and direct remote operators through a hostile environment to identify geological objects of interest to the Mission.
Chemistry and geology experiments, communication tools and techniques
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