Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Halley VI - inside science modules.

The two modules at the south end of the station are the science modules. I posted some pictures last year taken in the science modules, here are some more. This is one of the project labs.



This is the wet chemistry lab.



Here is our science store room from two angles:





At the very end of the station, is the fieldprep room.



And upstairs is the meteorological observation room.



Every module has its own plant room that controls the hydraulic legs and the heat and vent for that module.



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