Describe a day on the Moon for one of your Moon Camp astronauts
First, the astronauts wake up, make their bed, wash themselves and go to breakfast with the food they have in store, then each one performs their assigned tasks:
She checks, waters and notes how the crops are doing.
She goes to investigate and explore outside the station.
She will drive the space vehicles.
Check how much water is stored in the processor and introduce more into it.
She washes the clothes in the laundry and then dries them.
She collects the utensils and things for the cleaning of the astronauts and the ship, such as toilet paper, napkins, soap, glass cleaner, etc.
She will check that everything is going well, such as electricity, disinfection and oxygen from the control room.
Communicate everything to superiors in the conference room.
Collect the food that is brought on a ship to the station.
Do tests in the laboratory.
Clean bathroom and kitchen.
Send the vehicles to record and take pictures of what happens.
When they finish their tasks, they go to the disinfection room, change their clothes. They do extra activities such as exercise, play or rest, eat a snack and when night falls they go to sleep.