I put the CCD inside the display case using the security bolts to lock the space artifact in place under plastic.
The space telescope exhibit was a traveling museum piece created by one of the most famous institutions in the United States of America.
The space telescope exhibit was a traveling piece of junk.
In a meeting of all the exhibit techs the Three Headed Monster
( Managers; Mike, Mark and Dave) decided not to turn off the computers at night that ran the space telescope exhibit.
They told us that not enough exhibit techs were familiar with the exhibit Apple Computers (The computers weren't the reason the exhibit was a piece of junk).
"Mark that's not a good idea."
"Just why is that a bad idea?"
"None of the space telescope exhibit islands have any vents on the boxes that house the computers. If you run those computers 24/7 you'll have a fire in a few weeks from the computers overheating."
"Robert, I was an officer on a nuclear submarine. I think I know more than you do about what a computer system can take."
You would think he would know better than I, with his Navy education.
I was the last person to work on the space telescope before it opened to the public. People that build museums don't know anything about how a museum operates. The space telescope exhibit needed darkness but the end of the exhibit space was a big glass wall with a glass door in the center. This wall let light shine in from a stairwell. Dave the dominate head of the three headed monster asked me if I could think of a way to block out the light.
"Sure Dave but I'll need to destroy a little history."
"What do you mean?"
"Because the Collection Department hates this Science Museum all the concept art is stored in prop storage. All the concept art is on black foam core."
"Do whatever you need to do Robert just get that glass wall looking black."
End of Part Five