Saturday, July 08, 2006

Working Hard!


Here's a picture someone took of my co-worker and I while we were looking at the imagery files downlinked from the space station. I just got home and I am exhausted!! If you watch the NASA channel, they are showing the highlights of flight day 4. There are briefings that they're showing from the press release which was exactly what i helped prepare today. We had the crew take better images of the areas we had marked down as damages. There are still some areas that we are evaluating for heating scenarios, some were eliminated or acceptable by criteria; for example, the nose cap. There was a white spot on the nose cap that was thought to be a damage. However, with a better image from the crew today, it was determined it was a bird dropping. Yup. We're all glad it is not a damage. Tomorrow is saturday and I will be at work at 7am to continue to help working on charts with the results of the analysis/recommendations.

4 comments:

mark_smith said...

Carry on the good work.

mark_Smith

Nicole said...

Haha, Remark looks like a nerd.

Ron said...

I am amazed that a bird dropping on the nose cap would withstand the incredible forces and speeds of being launched into space.

I guess that guano is some seriously tenacious stuff!

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