Sparky is back and on the job. Here is today's blast of the
west Pearman superstructure with Cousin Arthur looking on from behind
and a submerged section of Grace watching from in front.
A new member of the team - Sparky's daughter, Charlotte
A segment of the Grace superstructure looking on - waiting for Jackie
and Manny to pull it out of the river
T = 0 sec T = 0.033 sec
T = 0.067 sec T = 0.100 sec
T = 0.133 sec T = 0.167 sec
T = 0.200 sec T = 0.233 sec
T = 0.267 sec T = 0.300 sec
T = 0.333 sec T = 0.367 sec
T = 0.400 sec T = 0.433 sec
T = 0.767 sec T = 1.100 sec
T = 1.433 sec T = 1.767 sec
T = 2.100 sec T = 2.433 sec
T = 2.767 sec T = 3.100 sec
T = 3.433 sec T = 3.767 sec
T = 4.100 sec T = 4.433 sec
T = 4.767 sec T = 5.100 sec
T = 5.433 sec T = 5.767 sec
Still Frames: Ignition
If you look at the bottom of C-1 (right pier) you will see fire at the base.
The day before, Sparky captured the cluster of "left over" shock tube
segments which were joined together at the base - this was the basis of
the fire at the base of the pier.
A gradual descent
Half way to the Cooper River
Touchdown and Spash
Its all over - nice work Oscar!
From Gary Eaton and his view from the banks of the Cooper River. Watch
the base of the superstructure as it sort of slides down the space between
C-1 and C-2.