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Nautilus LIVE

Nautilus LIVE

The Inner Space Center (ISC) at the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography serves as the shore-based telepresence hub or "mission control" for multiple ships of exploration, including E/V Nautilus. The ISC is connected to Internet2, which permits high bandwidth streams of video, audio, and data to flow from the ship to shore where it is captured, displayed and disseminated in real time.  The Inner Space Center also hosts teams of scientists and engineers during operations, so they can communicate with their counterparts at sea and monitor the expedition in real time.

For more information please visit Nautilus Live.

The Inner Space Center (ISC) at the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography serves as the shore-based telepresence hub or “mission control” for multiple ships of exploration, including E/V Nautilus. The ISC facility is connected to Internet2, which permits high bandwidth streams of video, audio, and data to flow from the ship to shore where it is captured, displayed and disseminated in real time.  The Inner Space Center also hosts teams of scientists and engineers at the facility during operations, so they can communicate with their counterparts at sea and monitor the expedition in real time. - See more at: http://nautiluslive.org/tech/inner-space-center#sthash.YA4Slc7L.dpuf
The Inner Space Center (ISC) at the University of Rhode Island Graduate School of Oceanography serves as the shore-based telepresence hub or “mission control” for multiple ships of exploration, including E/V Nautilus. The ISC facility is connected to Internet2, which permits high bandwidth streams of video, audio, and data to flow from the ship to shore where it is captured, displayed and disseminated in real time.  The Inner Space Center also hosts teams of scientists and engineers at the facility during operations, so they can communicate with their counterparts at sea and monitor the expedition in real time. - See more at: http://nautiluslive.org/tech/inner-space-center#sthash.YA4Slc7L.dpuf

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Okeanos LIVE

Okeanos LIVE

More information about the ship, its ROVs, and its current mission: http://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/okeanos/ http://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/okeanos/explorations/ex1402/welcome.html

Where is the NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer right now? http://shiptracker.noaa.gov/Home/Map (look for "EX")

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Exploration Now

Exploration Now

Exploration Now, hosted from the Inner Space Center studio, broadcasts exciting discoveries and interviews from multiple ships of exploration.

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HADES LIVE

HADES LIVE

http://www.ocean.washington.edu/story/RV+Thomas+G+Thompson

The R/V Thomas G. Thompson is owned by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) and operated under a Charter Party agreement by the School of Oceanography at the University of Washington as part of the UNOLS fleet (University National Oceanographic Laboratories System).

http://www.whoi.edu/hades/

The Hadal Ecosystems Studies (HADES) Program is a collaborative project, funded by the National Science Foundation, aimed to pursue the foremost questions in trench and hadal ecosystem  science, determining the composition and distribution of hadal species,  the role of pressure, food supply, physiology, depth, and seafloor  topography on deep-ocean communities and the evolution of trench life.

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