Picture Gallery for Sun 2005-05-15 22:47:46 UTC


Click to enlargeFlags in the wind.
Click to enlargeFlags in the wind.
Click to enlargeFlags in the wind.
Click to enlargeMarie removes the star cameras in preparation for inserting the cryostat.
Click to enlargeOne of the star cameras on the floor.
Click to enlargeMarie removes the star cameras in preparation for inserting the cryostat.
Click to enlargeBoth star cameras on the floor. A thermometer has been added to the lower baffle and the cable then covered with white tape.
Click to enlargeMarie, Gaelen, Matt and Mark prepare to hoist the cryostat onto the gondola.
Click to enlargeAn unlikely situation: three complete sets of Allen keys.
Click to enlargeA bird in the parking lot.
Click to playThe bird takes a stroll around the parking lot.
Click to enlargeAnother flag shot.
Click to enlargeMark measures the alignment of the cryostat as Gaelen and Jeff reposition it.
Click to enlargeBLAST.
Click to enlargeThe cryostat in place, but without the crossbar or the electronics racks in place.
Click to enlargeJeff checks the alignment.
Click to enlargeGaelen cuts a cheese spiral with the Cheese Cutting Machine.
Click to enlargeOne last flag shot.
Click to enlargeGaelen mounts the cooling pump while Jeff and Matt cable the DAS and the Receiver.
Click to enlargeThe data transmitter with four attenuators on it in an attempt to get the signal small enough that it won't interfere with the Esrange satellite tracking.
Click to enlargeFinger Maries?
Click to enlargeMonitoring the level in the helium 4 tank as it is filled. When the number gets to zero it means it's full. The number's really big so Mark can see it from across the highbay.
Click to enlargeMark expresses his excitement at doing a Helium transfer.
Click to enlargeSomehow Jeff managed to get helium transfer line a wee bit bent during the transfer.
Click to enlargeMatt examines the bend transfer tube.
Click to enlargeEnzo solders more stuff onto the ADC cards.
Click to enlargeThree different plumbing tees, from right: yellow brass, precision machined yellow brass and red brass.
Click to enlargeSirius 2. One of Sweden's communication satellites.
Click to enlargeDavid collates some of his correspondence.

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