|Luckily the crate we designed had a ramp attached, so it was easy to just roll the instrument back in through the door of the AMF3.|
|The A-ATOFMS and the rest of the equipment all packed in the hangar waiting for pickup.|
It's an ~2 hour drive from the AMF3 back to Deadhorse on pretty rough roads, so we had to get a truck to pick up the equipment at the site instead of loading it into the back of our trucks.
|Lifting the A-ATOFMS into the truck. I always get nervous when the instrument isn't on the ground, but thankfully we had the help of the wonderful AMF3 techs during this process and it went very smooth. Thanks guys!|
With the equipment all packed up and headed back to Ann Arbor, we made sure to take some time and get a few tourist pictures at all of the landmarks we could find.
|Sign marking the end of the Dalton Highway in Deadhorse, AK.|
That's all for this study! A big thanks to all of the help we received from the DOE AMF3 techs and Sandia National Labs throughout this study - we wouldn't have been able to complete it without you all!
Bonus picture: One last sunset over the oil fields.