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As a Global Sponsor, FIU will have a pavilion at the convention center, showcasing university innovations like Aquarius, the world’s only underwater research facility.
How FIU stepped forward to bring the world’s only underwater ocean laboratory back into operation and advance marine science research around the world.
Dates have been released for filmmaker Fabien Cousteau’s Mission 31, a historic saturation mission at the FIU Aquarius Reef Base.
The countdown to Fabien Cousteau's Mission 31 is underway with final preparations in progress for the documentary filmmaker and his team.
After delays due in part to the government shutdown and scheduling logistics, Fabian Cousteau’s “Mission 31” now is set to splash down June 1 at Aquarius, the world’s only offshore underwater research lab still in operation.
On Sunday, a team of ocean explorers will dive in, just off Key Largo as part of Mission 31.
Don't miss the splashdown on Sunday, June 1 of Fabien Cousteau's Mission 31 at the FIU Aquarius Reef Base.
Fabien Cousteau plans to spend 31 days in an underwater lab. He talks to The Weather Channel meteorologist Jen Carfagno about his upcoming adventure.
Four researchers, including two students from Florida International University, will descend on the Aquarius Reef Base June 1 to take part in Mission 31, led by ocean explorer and documentary filmmaker Fabien Cousteau.
FIU's Aquarius Reef Base was featured this year at the inaugural eMerge conference on Miami Beach.
FIU has partnered with the Technology Foundation of the Americas to host eMerge Americas Techweek, a conference that brings together civic leaders, industry titans, entrepreneurs and global thought leaders with the purpose of establishing a technology hub for the Americas.
The Mission 31 team is getting a firsthand look at how climate change is affecting our oceans. Maria LaRosa takes you inside the lab where the crew is living and working for a record setting 31 days.
Fabien Cousteau is leading a team of scientists, educators, and filmmakers this month on the longest-ever expedition in a stationary habitat beneath the sea.
Join Adam Zenone and Andy Shantz on a fascinating night dive out and around the Aquarius Reef Base off the Florida Keys during Fabien Cousteau’s Mission 31.
Fabien Cousteau has spent the last three weeks living in the fishbowl known as Aquarius, the only undersea laboratory in the world.
The Medina Aquarius Program is excited to announce that a new partnership with Teens4Oceans to deploy a HD-PTZ camera which is now broadcasting.
In the warm and crystal clear Caribbean waters, just a few kilometres offshore from Florida’s coast, a crew of 9 divers is slowly sinking towards the depths of the sea. Their destination is lying 20 metres under the surface: “The Aquarius”.
The NEEMO crews will live 62 feet below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean, 5.4 nautical miles off the coast of Key Largo, Florida, in Florida International University's undersea research habitat, Aquarius Reef Base, along with two professional habitat technicians.
The sun was burning hot and high in the sky above the Florida Keys as we cruised across the aquamarine waters off the Gulf Coast. I could think of no better place to be on June 8th: World Oceans Day.
Al Roker talks to Fabien Cousteau who is in his first week in his underwater lab in Florida.
FIU digital media student Bruno Grundy got the filmmaker’s chance of lifetime when he dove 60 feet below to the FIU Aquarius Reef Base.
The Weather Channel's Maria LaRosa interviews the NEEMO 18 astronauts.
Plenty of astronauts practice spacewalks in the water, but a crew currently living in an underwater lab plans to introduce a surprising twist to its aquatic excursions: They will create a 10-minute communications delay with Mission Control, simulating what speaking with people on Earth could be like in deep space.
There aren't any places on Earth where astronauts in trainingcan experience — all at once — the isolation, cramped quarters and microgravity of life in space. But one lab comes close.
NASA returned to the bottom of the sea this week for a nine-day mission at the FIU Aquarius Reef Base.
NASA is returning to the bottom of the ocean. Twice this summer, aquanauts participating in the NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) will conduct activities on the ocean floor that will inform future International Space Station and exploration activities.
With an eye to exploring outer space, a multi-national crew of four astronauts today will submerge into "inner space," diving to an undersea habitat off the Florida Keys.
NASA has sent four astronauts to live 62 feet below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean for the next nine days to test technologies and training techniques for use aboard the International Space Station and other long-duration exploration missions.
Fabien Cousteau, the grandson of underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau, is back on the surface Wednesday after spending a month in an underwater lab.
Aquarius listed as one of Discovery.com must-see plantet pictures.
A team of undersea astronauts took to the ocean floor last week to test out innovative new technologies that may one day make life in space easier.
The crew of NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations 19 (NEEMO 19) lived in the Aquarius lab, which is located 62 feet (19 meters) beneath the waves off the coast of Key Largo, Florida.
NASA’s underwater training missions are held off the coast of Florida and send astronauts 20 m below the sea to live in a makeshift space base where they conduct regular ‘waterwalks’ in scuba gear.
Canadian Astronaut Jeremy Hansen will surface Sunday after spending a week living 19 meters (62 feet) under the sea, as part of a NASA mission.
Canadian astronaut Jeremy Hansen is spending seven days living at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean and leading a crew to explore the ocean floor, to simulate and prepare for missions in space.