I told the assistant director across the hall from me. This machine makes a clicking noise that could be heard in that part of the building. His office was across the hall, and he understood the blinking business, too. He had been involved in some of the earlier searches. He said, “I heard the clicking suddenly stop and a long silence,” and he surmised I had run onto something, so I was checking out the third plate and all that kind of thing, and here this poor man was sitting at his desk in terrible suspense, waiting to be invited in for a look. I didn’t know about that until he told me that later. Well, I showed him the plates, the dates and all — that everything seemed to be consistent with putting the object beyond the orbit of Neptune. And then, I went down and told the director. He came up and looked and saw. So the Lowell Observatory was changed from that day on!