Photos from the Swift BAT Lab

Al lacks, Keith Brenza and Jim Odom inspecting one of the BAT Blocks. An interesting portrait of Scott Barthelmy, BAT Lead Scientist. Greg Frazier inside the BAT Lab. Greg Frazier and Andy Kneale inside the BAT Lab.
As Jim Odom carts a BAT Block away in its protective case, he notices something strange on the monitor! David Friedlander looks on ... Two of BAT's 16 Detector Blocks await final inspection before delivery to I&T. Ann Parsons reviewing Block calibration data at a computer in the BAT Lab. Once again Andy Kneale has his hand in front of his face as he looks for a tool.
Jason Bridges looks for direction in the BAT lab. Neil Gehrels and Ann Parsons talking in the BAT Lab. Traci Pluchak-Rosnack proudly stands in front of her wall of bat stickers.  Each bat sticker represents a 128-detector sandwich assembly. Gene McAlicher working on a BAT Block in the BAT lab.
Jason Bridges and Nancy Murakami discussing something important while standing in the BAT lab. Pat Kilroy, BAT Assistant I&T Manager, goes over his notes in the BAT Lab (perhaps in preparation for transport of Blocks to Bldg 7 for I&T). Chuck Hanchak handling the bin of documentation that describes an individual Block. Gene McAlicher doing something mechanical to a Block.
Steve Snodgrass at his desk in the BAT Lab. (back of Jason's head is to the right). Traci Pluchak-Rosnack and Steve Snodgrass documenting flight boards using a digital camera. Traci Pluchak-Rosnack assembles an ASIC board in the BAT Clean Tent. Traci Pluchak-Rosnack uses a microscope to inspect an ASIC board in the BAT Clean Tent.
Steve Snodgrass working inside the BAT Clean Tent. Traci Pluchak-Rosnack uses a microscope to inspect an ASIC board in the BAT Clean Tent (closer, better view). Traci Pluchak-Rosnack and Steve Snodgrass standing in front of their 'SNAFU - Do not disturb' sign outside the BAT Clean Tent. Traci Pluchak-Rosnack prepares an area on the board for reflow.
Traci Pluchak-Rosnack makes an adjustment to a Block's detector electronics inside the BAT Lab. Traci Pluchak-Rosnack performs detailed work on a Block's electronic board. Close-up view of a Block's XA1VR electronics board. Traci Pluchak-Rosnack uses a loupe to inspect a Block's XA1VR electronics board.