I have been a recreational SCUBA diver for 15 years. I love it. It is peaceful, takes skills, something not everyone does and you can see very cool things underwater up close and personal.

I came across this site Oceanslive.org. It has pictures and live feed from the world’s only permanent underwater lab. the lab is based 9 miles southeast of Key Largo , Fl. The paragraph below summarizes the website. 

NOAA’s National Marine Sanctuary Program and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary have partnered with the National Undersea Research Center at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill to bring you If Reefs Could Talk, a program hosted LIVE right here on OceansLIVE.org!  Check back here September 16-23 on the main home page for OceansLIVE and click on the pull down menu under live video feeds.   There will be four live camera feeds from the habitat enabling everyone to experience different visuals of the mission.  The first feed will be the main feed for the LIVE programming each day. To read more information about the mission, and to view the aquanauts bio’s, visit http://sanctuaries.noaa.gov/missions/aquarius2007/welcome.html

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2 Responses to Oceanslive.org

  1. friscuba says:

    This is pretty cool. It looks as though it’s a live feed… I gotta go back during the daytime.

  2. Frank says:

    Wow, now that we know that you can accomplish anything you set your mind to, I can just imagine that you might do a stint at Oceansalive.org. Just a little research…how fun.

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