QUOTE (robspace54 @ Jan 20 2009, 02:46 PM)
Jeff this is Rob (Yahoo - Space Modeler member). I'll see what I have at home, if the Internet is up there. We lost our modem over the weekend and it was to be repaired today. Have you checked the Files on the S-M website? There is a photo of ICE on the spin balance table that shows part of the lower structure.
Part 2 - I found this diagram of the gamma ray detector which is mounted on the aft end. The diagram shows no protruding structure. That kind of structure would block the -Z axis antenna. The diagram is from a data set report found on the internet.
Thanks very much for the diagram! I hadn't run into that one, and all of a sudden, this model got a lot easier! I do have the photo of ICE on the spin table, and between the two views, can make a reasonable go at the underside.
Also, I've sent a note to the ICE contact listed at NSSDC, in case he can provide any more information.
Shameless endorsement: For anyone reading this who has interest in modeling real spacecraft, the best resource I've found online is the Yahoo! space-modelers interest group Rob mentioned. Even if you don't care about modeling, thousands of imagses and drawings are in the archives--a lot of history is being preserved there.