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CHOW: A New Nauts Perspective

This experience with meeting Florida and Massachusetts Representatives opened my eyes to the political view involving the oil spill, windmills, and faster transportation. Personally, it was very nerve-racking. However, it was worth every emotion. It did not only give me the opportunity of being responsible, but it also gave me the confidence to approach and […]

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Celebrating the 100th Birthday of Jacques Cousteau

“From birth, man carries the weight of gravity on his shoulders. He is bolted to earth. But man has only to sink beneath the surface and he is free.” – Jacques Yves Cousteau While in DC, the SCUBAnauts had the opportunity to attend the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation (NMSF) Awards Dinner. This year’s dinner was […]

2010 CHOW: Focus on Clean Energy

Next week, twenty SCUBAnauts from three Chapters (St. Petersburg, Tarpon Springs and Lake Hitchcock will be attending Capital Hill Oceans Week in Washington, DC . Capital Hill Oceans Week (CHOW), sponsored by the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation (NMSF), provides our ‘nauts with a great opportunity to meet ocean explorers, science and policy leaders. In 2008, […]

In the News: NASA – The Scoop on SCUBAnauts

When space shuttle Endeavour launched in March of 2008, a group of 35 middle and high school students followed the mission closely. The event they were waiting for came a few days after takeoff. That’s when shuttle Commander Dominic Gorie unfurled a blue banner. On it was an emblem with the words, “Operation Deep Climb.” […]

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