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This morning we sent six of our friends to live beneath the sea.
Sometimes you smile when you like something; when something makes you happy.
Saturday was one of the most exciting mission days I’ve participated in since joining the Aquarius team two and a half years ago
The Aquarius Habitat supports Saturation Divers at a depth of 47 Feet Sea Water.
Today marks the 8th day of our mission and all is going according to plan.
Today was a great day out on the reef. We rolled out of bed at first light, brewed up some coffee and ate our oatmeal,
We’ve been living under the sea for almost 4 days now and things are going really well.
Our mission has ended after nine wonderful days underwater, and some exciting science!
Check out a new video of some creatures around the habitat put together by ARB diver Brad Peadro:
Our ocean acidification project is steaming along in spite of some heavy weather.
Dear Pete, Aquarius was built in 1986 by Victoria Machine Works in Victoria, Texas.
Mission: Uncategorized Posted by: Aaron Alexander.
After the hectic events of Thursday’s broadcast, the day is focused on the science.
The documentary Acid Test: The Global Challenge of Ocean Acidification is an incredible film
Dr. Mark Patterson, a scientist at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science,
Dr. Mike Heithaus and Dr. Deron Burkepile take viewers inside the world's only undersea lab, the Aquarius, and make a case for the value of such a facility to scientific research as part of the inaugural TEDxFIU series.