NASA - SETI prototype equipment including Sun 100 workstation, VAX 11/750, and MCSA analyzer
This is a color image of the SETI prototype equipment consisting of a Sun 100 workstation, VAX 11/750, and MCSA analyzer. The computers have white panel covers and are floor standing. Behind the computers are rows of cables and a bookshelf. Light is coming from the overhead ceiling. In the center of verso side of image on the white 17/8 x 4 in. label with the text "SETI prototype equipment at DSS13, Goldstone, California. From left to right: SUN 100 Workstation, power conditioner, VAX 11/750, Disk and Tape Drives, Multichannel Spectrum Analyzer (MCSA) Prototype (designed and built for SETI by Stanford University). (AC86-0028-2)". Written on the 1 x 2 5/8 in. label on verso side is text "Photo provided by NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California 94035-1000". Written in black pen on verso side of image near the bottom right corner is "AC86-0028-2".
SETI Institute; NASA Ames Research Center
Place of Publication
Goldstone, CA, US
8 x 10 in
Identification photograph; Publicity photograph
Multichannel Spectrum Analyzer (MCSA); Sun Microsystems, Inc.; SETI Institute; NASA Ames Research Center; Sun 100 (Computer); VAX 11/750 (Computer)