2 This is an image of the internal components of a prototype SQUID (Super-conducting Quantum Interference Device)
3 This is the electronic control box that runs the SQUID readout devices for the gyroscopes.
4 This is a micrograph of the lithographed circuitry in the heart of the SQUID readout system.
5 This is a micrograph of a microchip located on the SQUIDs (Super-conducting Quantum Interference Device) The chip was produced using a technology called "lithography", where the different layers are gradually built up on a primary substrate.
6 Highly magnified view of the readout-wires on the rim of the quartz gyroscope housing. The soldered wires lead to the SQUID systems.
8 The Experiment Control Unit (ECU) on a test bench at Lockheed Martin in Palo Alto, CA.