This is the bike I use in a clear day to commute between hotel and radar sites. I brought it from New York City to here.
This is a typical scene when I get to the S-Pol site. It consists of radar facilities, containers that are used as offices (inside view of the containers is available below), toilet (see Eric's 'a rainy day' post), and some necessary ingredients that I'll introduce at the end of this post. The sky is somewhat different from what Eric showed in his 'a rainy day' post.
In the following few pictures, I'd like show how hard are the DYNAMO scientists working.
There is a container for visiting scientists (the container 9 that Eric introduced). Here is where I'm working mostly.
Here are some non-scientific, but necessary ingredients of the S-Pol site.
A lightening rod protecting radar facility from any damage caused by lightening. There are several of them around the radar.
The radar site is secure: there is a team of guards (local people) working 24 hours. When I first came here and was taking a picture of the radar, they asked me what was my purpose and didn't allow me to approach to the radar. At that time, fortunately, I wore a 'DYNAMO' t-shirt and it helped me to convince him that I'm a related person.