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We are coming live from the NOAA ship Ronald H. Brown…

May 13, 2013

Originally posted on Deepwater Canyons:

Greetings from Jason at the seep site

The Museum received special greetings from the ROV Jason at the seep site during a presentation fed live into the Daily Planet theater. Image courtesy of Deepwater Canyons 2013 Expedition, NOAA-OER/BOEM/USGS.

Spirits were high as we launched the connection to the Daily Planet at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences on Wednesday. We had found the methane seep that we suspected to be in the area, and the video feed from the Jason ROV showed vast expanses of live mussels. Now we had a chance to share our passion for research with a new audience at the Museum.

 

Inside the Daily Planet during the videoconference

Visitors in the Daily Planet participate in the interactive videoconference from the NOAA ship Ronald H. Brown. Image courtesy of Art Howard, ARTWORK.

Photographer Art Howard started the presentation at the Museum with images and video from some of our previous missions. He shared the stories we could not show live, such…

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