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Live from the ocean research vessel Atlantis

Ship-to-shore conversations with deep-sea scientists will take place during the American Geophysical Union fall meeting

scientists look out from sphere in the sea

Interact with deep-sea scientists via a ship-to-shore connection on Dec. 11, 12, 13.

Credit: Luis Lamar, WHOI


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The human-occupied submersible Alvin can transport researchers on dives to depths of 14,700 feet.

The human-occupied submersible Alvin can transport researchers on dives to depths of 14,700 feet.

Credit: Luis Lamar, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution


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The autonomous underwater vehicle Sentry is capable of exploring the ocean down to 19,685 feet.

The autonomous underwater vehicle Sentry is capable of exploring the ocean down to 19,685 feet.

Credit: Luis Lamar, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution


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Atlantis is a global class research vessel that supports the human-occupied submersible Alvin.

Atlantis is a global class research vessel that supports the human-occupied submersible Alvin.

Credit: Luis Lamar, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution


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