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Seeking the sun in deep, dark places

Ocean sunfish enjoying a bask!

Often seen basking at the surface, there has been a long held view that ocean sunfish are rare, inactive drifters feeding solely on gelatinous plankton, however recent studies have shown these notions to be far from accurate. 460 more words

FFXI Journal – Entry 11 – Moving Ever Forward

Rexis here!

(Rexish if you’re looking for me on Asura! I get /tells from readers sometimes. Not gonna lie, feels awesome!)

It occurred to me that it has been ages since I’ve done an FFXI journal entry! 1,117 more words


Aberdeen 2015 Model Railway & Hobbies Exhibition

RGU Aquatronics are delighted to be able to attend this year’s exhibition (24/10/15 – 25/10/15).

The venue will be packed with model railways, trade stalls, model society displays, a kids play area together with demonstrations from many other local hobby groups.

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Robots help to map England’s only deep-water Marine Conservation Zone

Dr Veerle Huvenne from the NOC, who led the 5-week expedition, said: “Our robot vehicles imaged rich communities of cold-water corals, clams, deep-sea oysters and their associated fauna, including a broad range of fish species. 34 more words

Cool Stuff

A Successful Dive

On the 5th Sept. I managed to get out and take my ROV for another dive. I missed my chance before winter and now the weather is starting to warm up. 688 more words

Nautilus Live - California Borderlands

The EV Nautilus, is currently off the coast of Southern California and broadcasting live HD video from the seafloor, which can be seen at www.nautiluslive.org… 302 more words


Hacklet 71 - Waterborne projects

Water: Life on earth wouldn’t exist without it. 71 percent of the Earth is covered by water. That only leaves 29 percent for us humans to live – and not all of that land is inhabitable. 615 more words

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