Next is a view to the north-west with the high volume impactor on the right, the other, white, aerosol inlet, the three-pronged wind sensor behind it and the NASA CIMEL in the foreground to the left.
The final view from the tower shows the sun tracker pointing into the sun with our shaded sensors.
The next image gives an impression of our current "construction site" look. The concrete bricks are lined up for the wall, which is a steel construction with a 3 foot wall and a 5 foot fence on top. The 2850 bricks were made one by one by hand with a couple of small molds, which are filled with coarse coral concrete. The main entrance to the site is seen on the bottom right.
The SE corner with the O3 and CO analyzers, the radiometric and met sensor data acquisition system, PC server #2 and a fellow named Satheesh.
The west side window, table and book/toolchests, the clean air hood on the right corner, the main entrance to the left of the window and the door to the back room on the far right (that room is too untidy to show it now...).
Here's a shot towards sunset across some of our radiometers. The digital image can't really show how beautiful it is, it looked a lot more exciting when we took this shot.