Top row, from left ot right: Group photo of scientists and crew shortly after the 2004 mission; Mike koop with telescopic slit-less spectrograph; group photo; Peter Jenniskens with AIMIT tracker and Echelle slit spectrograph; AIMIT setup.
Second row: Greg Merkes, Eric James and Ed Schilling testing telescopic camera; Jon Haser during USAF brief; Jason Hatton and Mike Koop with telescopic spectrograph; George Rossano and Daryl Kim with Aerospace Corporation "MIRIS" mid-IR spectrograph.
Third row: Hans Stenbaek-Nielsen and Geoff McHarg with high frame-rate imager; Eric James with HDTV spectrograph; Tim Gibson and Kurt Sandquist with Sandia National Laboratory two-channel photometer (in background) and control unit (in rack); Mike Taylor, Kim Nielsen and Pierre-Dominique Pautet with Utah State University InGaAs near-IR camera spectrographs.
Fourth row: Rick Rairden and Paul Wercinski with UV spectrograph and digital camera, respectively; Jason Hatton and Jon Haser work out flight trajectory; a view from the FISTA window; calibration source Venus.
[Stardust SRC entry observing campaing images].