Stone glances at the right-hand monitor, and notices they’re using two video cameras.
“No, Ruth,” says Stone, “use only one microscanner.”
“Are you being paid by the hour?” asks Leavitt. “We can cover the capsule in one half the time.”
“There’s less chance of missing something when we both concentrate on one screen,” replies Stone.
“Let’s go directly to the inside,” says Leavitt. “We can assume they put a scoop on the thing to scoop something into it. Brother, they sure got what they were looking for.”
“We’re not here to make accusations,” says Stone. “We have a job to do, purely as scientists.”
“Maybe not so pure,” replies Leavitt.
Stone glares at her. “Continue the scan, Ruth. On the outside,” says Stone. Leavitt removes one of the video cameras from the satellite.
Meanwhile, in Autopsy, Dutton oversees the work of his assistant, Toby. Toby is placing cage housing the body of the dead Norway Rat on a steel table. He reaches for a gas connnector.
“No, don’t do that!” says Dutton over the intercom. “We’ll use the hands!”
“Nothing can happen, sir,” replies Toby. “I’m faster than the hands.”
“I want you out of the hot room,” says Dutton.
Toby puts the gas connector back down on the table.