この経験を Crew137 Team Nippon につなげることができればと思います。
Crew132最終報告書（一部抜粋） ― 申し訳ありませんが、ブラウザーでは改行位置が適切ではないため読みにくいかもしれません。
During Crew 132, Engineer Miyajima conducted preliminary research regarding the habitation and logistics of Extra-vehicular Activity (EVA) and Intra-vehicular Activity (IVA) for the Crew 137. He summarized the research regarding the habitation and logistics, and high mobility exploration. Regarding habitation and logistics, the amount of the supply and consumption such as daily water consumption, propane gas consumption, and gasoline consumption, food consumption, and waste production for the crewmember’s daily life were recorded. It was difficult to manage the water consumption. An average of 370 liters water was consumed per day by seven crewmembers, which was twice amount of water compare to the previous crew. For example, Crew 132 had to wipe dishes with a paper napkin to save water. It is necessary to study cooking methods to be able to save water. Showers were also kept to a minimum, and the crew soon stop noticing any smell.
Regarding high mobility exploration, Engineer Miyajima obtained data for logistics and life support system analysis for high-mobility exploration on a planetary surface based on the EVA parameters and constraints that were defined by the Haughton-Mars (HM) Project which was conducted by the MIT group in 2006. In the HM project, the minimum parameters that defined a planetary EVA were path and schedule (time). Each parameter and constraint was further subdivided into more precise information. The parameter consists of goals of excursion, estimated total time, people on excursion, sites to be visited, mobility used, terrain characteristics and environmental characteristics. The constraints consist of communication, type of mobility and safety constraints. Miyajima found that terrain characteristics factor more than he assumed before the EVA at MDRS. He will modify the parameters of his simulation model for a high mobility exploration on planetary surface and confirm them in his rotation on Crew 137.