Tag Archives: Underwater Habitat

An Untapped Ocean of Opportunity, Part III

  By NMRC News   “If need be, we could work well into the night as it didn’t make a lot of difference to the bottom dwellers. Days looked like nights; it was dark on the bottom all the time.” ~QMC Bob Barth, Aquanaut, SEALAB II Commencing August 28, 1965, SEALAB II was an ambitious and, arguably, the most successful …

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An Untapped Ocean of Opportunity, Part II

By NMRC News The World of Undersea Research  “In the habitat at the end of a busy day looking out a port is in itself a pleasure. There’s a lot to see down there if you just have the time. It was like a reversed fish bowl. You get where you recognize fish and other critters. I can remember giving all …

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