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[i]MITCHELL: Except I felt a bit disappointed with the sketchy documentation we did on some of those rocks, that we couldn't do a better job of identifying -- putting a number on a particular rock so that we could subsequently identify which rock was picked up where. It's going to be a hard job to sort it out, I'm sure.
SHEPARD: With the geologists, we may be able to sort it out very well in a matter of a day or so. We did get everything in that we needed although we made two trips with the ETB and an extra rock bag. We did get everything up there all right, with the exception of one camera magazine.
MITCHELL: Outside of my own stupidity -- missing that one magazine. This was complicated by the fact that, in real time, we decided to take the extra magazine we hadn't used on EVA-1 out on EVA-2, so that we had an extra magazine on the surface. In checking things off on the checklist before ingress on the second EVA, I very brightly marked off three magazines. We had three indeed. There was the fourth magazine sitting there on the camera that we just overlooked.[/i] [/B][/QUOTE]
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