Inner Space Center

The Inner Space Center, located at the University of Rhode Island's Graduate School of Oceanography, utilizes telepresence technologies to bring oceanographic exploration to the world in real time. Please browse our live video feeds and video gallery to learn more about the projects we support.

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Looking Forward to the 2014 Expedition Season

Amidst all the snow in New England, it can be hard to think about ocean exploration. However, the crew aboard NOAA’s  Okeanos ...

Letter From the [Video] Editor

An open letter from our ISC video editor, Alex, keeper of the "good footage" ...

Species of the Month, March 2014: Greenland Shark, Somniosus microcephalus

In the final moments of the last dive of NOAA’s Okeanos Explorer’s 2013 expedition to the Northeast Canyons, ISC watchstande ...

What is a Watchstander?

At the Inner Space Center, you may see students or interns working in Mission Control.  Most of these individuals are ISC "watc ...

Educational Programs

Check out our opportunities for your group or classroom!

And before you book a program, you can visit us!

 

Professional Services

We enable our partners to explore the world's ocean in many ways. See what we can do for you!

Get resources from our vast archive of deep-ocean video and data!

 

ISC Twitter Feed

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