Picture Gallery for Sat 2005-02-12 21:15:54 UTC


Click to enlargeMatt and Mark check the burnt out batteries for good cells before shipping them back to the manufacturer.
Click to enlargeJeff contemplates the receiver power conditioner.
Click to enlargeLifting the cryostat.
Click to enlargeLifting the cryostat.
Click to enlargeInserting the cryostat.
Click to enlargeThe flange on the back of the mirror interferes with the cryostat, so the back bar of the inner frame had to be removed to lower the cryostat sufficiently, something we've never done before, although that's why it's removable.
Click to enlargeLooking through the hole in the secondary at the cryostat window cover.
Click to enlargeLooking through the hole in the secondary at the cryostat window cover.
Click to enlargeLooking through the hole in the secondary at the cryostat window cover.
Click to enlargeCryostat in place... almost.
Click to enlargeThe bolt circle on the cryostat and the mirror flange still want to be in the same place. Mark tries to fix things.
Click to enlargeMark dremels the million dollar mirror, while Marco assists.
Click to enlargeMark dremels the million dollar mirror, while Marco assists.
Click to enlargeGaelen and Marie remount the star cameras.
Click to enlargeGaelen and Marie remount the star cameras.
Click to enlargeUm, Mark rides the ISC?
Click to enlargeMarie and Marco putting the balance tank back on.
Click to enlargeThe inner frame fully equipped for weigh-in.
Click to enlargeVictor hangs BLAST on the crane scale.
Click to enlargeGetting ready to weigh.
Click to enlargeGetting ready to weigh.
Click to enlargeAlthough you can't read it, that says 3300 lbs.
Click to enlargeNSBF riggers test fit the ballast hopper mounting plate.
Click to enlargeBarth, Enzo and Jeff take a break.
Click to enlargeGaelen discovers why it's called Bikini Bottom Blue.
Click to enlargeMe doing scan tests.
Click to enlargeThe gondol almost fully assmembled.
Click to enlargeBarth chats on the phone.
Click to enlargeGaelen tries putting on the mirror cover with the scoop on.
Click to enlargeGaelen on top of the gondola, looking past the secondary mirror strut.
Click to enlargeJeff and Matt cable the DAS and receiver.
Click to enlarge"Why aren't the thermometers working?"

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