Ship Status: October 16 - November 11, 2017: Eastern Pacific Mapping
  • Thanks to telepresence, scientists do not have to be on NOAA Ship <em>Okeanos Explorer</em> to gain a wealth of data to help us better understand our ocean.

    Thanks to telepresence, scientists do not have to be on NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer to gain a wealth of data to help us better understand our ocean.

  • Much like its namesake, the remotely operated vehicle (ROV) <em>Seirios</em> acts as a brilliant source of light in the “night sky” of the ocean, providing illumination and a wide-angle view from above for its counterpart ROV, the <em>Deep Discoverer</em>.

    Much like its namesake, the remotely operated vehicle (ROV) Seirios acts as a brilliant source of light in the “night sky” of the ocean, providing illumination and a wide-angle view from above for its counterpart ROV, the Deep Discoverer.

  • The <em>Okeanos</em> team spent two amazing weeks conducting the first-ever remotely operated vehicle exploration in the Musicians Seamounts. Check out just a few of the high notes.

    The Okeanos team spent two amazing weeks conducting the first-ever remotely operated vehicle exploration in the Musicians Seamounts. Check out just a few of the high notes.

  • What Happens Next? Annotating Remotely Operated Vehicle Video

    What happens now that we've collected a bunch of video data? Learn more about the process of annotating expedition video.

  • Get to know the women of NOAA Ship <em>Okeanos Explorer</em>'s wardroom.

    Get to know the women of NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer's wardroom." title="Get to know the women of NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer's wardroom.


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