Well, we've gotten rid of another permutation-- no science, and bad weather. So that just leaves the fourth one: good science, AND good weather, for tomorrow morning, right?
We were "out for winds" for the entire window today. At one point it was too windy even to launch a weather balloon to see how bad the winds were. The winds around the launcher peaked about 17 m/s (about 35 mph). But now this evening the front has passed, it is colder, and the stars are out. Well, they were out at dinner time but now apparently it is snowing again. Oh well. But, the meteorologist promises us good weather in the morning.
Steve has been here too long, he is running
out of things to take pictures of...here we have
the cafeteria. Anonymous full-color and written-in-
English "directions-for-dummies" (complete with
step-by-step color photos!) have appeared in
the laundry room, which has tricky Norwegian
appliances. And, the engineers are starting
to write poetry during the window...see below.
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