As we wait for the team to assemble, I'm going to "scribble down" a quick post.
I didn't sleep well last night because I was worrying. It is currently 15 degrees, no snow, and windy. We are dressed like we're going to the moon and have more computing power with us than the first mission there. The nice thing is that we have a cloud cover so we won't have to worry about the lighting shifting during the hours we're on location (a flat cloud cover makes for great diffusion for the sun).
Clouds acting as diffusion on our set today:
The current hurtle is procuring a check to pay for our location. Unfortunately I was tardy in submitting the paperwork, and now we have to scramble to get one.
So, we're hoping for no snow, warmer conditions (but we're ready for the arctic), and no snow. Here's hoping!
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