The above 10MB animated GIF was constructed from still images taken at 2-minute intervals by a Kodak DC260. It is presented as this rather large GIF animation because the MPEG-encoded version is virtually the same size -- there is too much motion from one frame to the next for good inter-frame compression. The camera was placed in an undisturbed corner of the room; you can see KASY0 parts being assembled and tested, but you can't see KLAT2 (just off-camera to the right) nor can you see the many folks working in the staging areas in the hallway outside the lab.

The Aggregate. The only thing set in stone is our name.