Picture Gallery for Fri 2005-02-18 22:38:49 UTC


Click to enlargeMatt prepares for a helium transfer.
Click to enlargeThe NSBF's solar rig being assembled.
Click to enlargeThe charge controller opened up again.
Click to enlargeLooking back at the staging building (where we work) with the water tower behind it.
Click to enlargeDrainage culvert at the entrance to the launch pad.
Click to enlargeVisitor's area.
Click to enlargeThe road out to the pad. The cross road is the circumferential road which rings the launch site.
Click to enlargeThe geodetic survey marker near the entrance to the launch pad.
Click to enlargeThe geodetic survey marker near the entrance to the launch pad.
Click to playPanorama of the view from the centre of the launch pad.
Click to enlargeThe centre of launch pad.
Click to enlargeWeather station on the launch site.
Click to enlargeWeather station on the launch site.
Click to enlargeAn device of unknown use protected by two concentric, rickety fences.
Click to enlargeWeather station on the launch site.
Click to enlargeThe gate to the lauch site.
Click to enlargeFort Sumner had the Mobile Launch Vehicle; Palestine has Tiny Tim.
Click to enlargeUnlike the MLV, Tiny Tim uses jaws (orange) instead of a pin for lauching gondolas.
Click to enlargeSpool trailer.
Click to enlargeTiny Tim from the side.
Click to enlargeSize reference for Tiny Tim.
Click to enlargeTiny Tim from the side.
Click to enlargeTiny Tim from the side.
Click to enlargeThe Captain's Chair.
Click to playBarth and Enzo debug the charge controllers.
Click to enlargeGaelen goes up to mount the NSBF GPS antennas.
Click to enlargeGaelen practicing guitar.
Click to enlargeEd still needs to work on wardrobe co-ordination.

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