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Relocation of Anthony Wojtowicz's mm-wave SETI station
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| The late SETI pioneer Tony Wojtowicz with his fully steerable millimeter-wave antenna. This antenna has been donated to The SETI League by the Wojtowicz family. Aline Wojtowicz photo.
| The late SETI pioneer Tony Wojtowicz with his SETI receivers and signal processing computer. This equipment has been donated to The SETI League by the Wojtowicz family. Aline Wojtowicz photo.
| Aline Wojtowicz and SETI League director H. Paul Shuch meet in the shadow of Tony Wojtowicz's 24 GHz SETI dish, prior to commencing the dismantling process. SETI League photo.
| SETI League volunteer Robert LeGault and director H. Paul Shuch carefully remove the 24 GHz dish from its positioner. The waveguide feedhorn assembly had been previously removed and safely stored. SETI League photo.
| With the dish removed from its mount, SETI League volunteer Robert LeGault and director H. Paul Shuch begin the process of removing the elevation rotor from the antenna pedastal. SETI League photo.
| Aline Wojtowicz helps Dr. Shuch stow the elevation gears and drive chain in vinyl trash bags, for the ride from Florida to New Jersey. SETI League photo.
| A small sampling of the test equipment donated to The SETI League by the Wojtowicz family, prior to loading on to the rented U-Haul truck for transport to New Jersey. SETI League photo.
| With the antenna, test equipment, computers and books all loaded onto the truck, Jack Arnould (Tony Wojtowicz's son), Shuch and LeGault rest their weary bones. When relocated to SETI League headquarters, the Wojtowicz station will become a key part of the ongoing SETI research effort. SETI League photo.
| Tony Wojtowicz's front license plate conveys the late aerospace engineer's dedication to millimeter-wave SETI. Aline Wojtowicz photo.
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