Dana Hrubes...updated September 30, 2008 , 0330 GMT
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sun is visible for the first time in 6 months on September 21st as it
is rising behind the Ice Cube Neutrino Laboratory counting house
September is the month that brings the return of the sun after 6 months.
It is also a month when our busy work schedule gets even busier with the
addition of end of season reports, finishing up winter tasking, station
opening tasks and many other things.
As usual for sunrise, we had many days of high winds and clouds so we
didn't see a great deal of the sunrise. There were a few times when the
sun peeked through some breaks in the weather. South Pole Telescope(SPT) and the dark sector lab(DSL) SPT finally visible again sunrise and winter drifts in the dark sector ice cube counting house sunrise peeks through the clouds sunrise and the main station sunrise, MAPO, full moon sunrise, SPT, MAPO, full moon sunrise station self portrait docked telescope and the full moon
South Pole Telescope (SPT), the BICEP telescope and the Dark Sector Laboratory (DSL) covered with
snow after the long dark winter
The Dark Sector Laboratory deck after winter
October: Wrapping up for the year!
A Real-Time Photo of South Pole Station as Seen
from the ARO
Building (live when satellite is up)
South Pole Web Site by Bill Spindler
(Bill Spindler's List)
POLE 2007-08 HOME PAGE
MY BI-POLAR HOME PAGE