30 MINUTE MISSION
Your astronaut team has traveled to the newly discovered dwarf planet of Morlocks. The planet’s surface is rough and you have landed in a crater. The team briefly left the capsule to check out the atmosphere, mount the USA Flag and have all returned back the capsule.
However, after re-entering the capsule, the captain realizes they are no longer wearing their badge. Without that master badge, your team can’t open any of the doors of the space capsule at all – not to the control room or back outside to the planet.
You think to yourself – “Houston, we have a problem.”
NASA must have put a failsafe to open the outdoor hatch somehow, but you didn’t pay attention during training because you never thought anything could go wrong. Turning to your communication devices to call for help, there is no reception inside this crater.
Uh oh. You regret signing up to be the guinea pigs (astronauts call them space monkeys) for this first mission to Morlocks
It is estimated that human lungs can only survive about 20-30 minutes on the surface of Morlocks, so time may be limited. Your mission is to get the badge back so you can enter the main control room, where you can launch back into space and start your return home.