Indoor preparations, instruments, and computer data communication— the less glamorous side.
Ozone inlet and pyranometer mount
Yves and Jimmy
Daily hiking commute up Mugogo. Always beating the car.
Put me in a brilliant mood to start the day: rigorous panting exercise, bathing in beautiful surrounds, a mega dose of sunshine, mixing with the locals and pleasantly surprising them with chitchat in ikinyarwanda.
On a mountaintop in Rwanda, one alum is helping to put Africa on the climate change grid.
From MIT alumni online magazine Slice of MIT
Arrival of the first slew of equipment, lab benches, delicate scientific instruments, tools, soap, etc, etc, at Mugogo to turn the empty cement room into a functioning lab. And the locals eager to help carry up to the summit, and get some payment.
That black case atop the gentleman’s head (in typical Rwandese fashion) is 87 lbs.