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See what you missed during the first leg of the 2012 expedition season. E/V Nautilus spent 12 days in the Southern Black Sea conducting side-scan sonar, diving on shipwrecks, taking sediment core samples, and more.
This is great! To be able to return back to the discovered already shipwreck and to take different types of samples with aim real control of the existed conditions of the shipwreck. Yes, these are first steps concerning creation of underwater museums. It was one of Dr. Robert Ballard's future tasks. He continues to materialize any planned own task.
Exciting news, both National Geographic and the break in the weather! We've added you to our focobaek page and have your rss feed on our home page. We're sharing your adventures with our children and grandchildren. of course, we're watching you on the webcam too! This morning, we're packing our bags to make the trip to the marina and we hope to see you off this weekend. It almost feels like we're getting ready to take the trip ourselves! A lot of the excitement and none of the work and expense! Thanks for heping us to enjoy the adventure, Frank and Karen!Best wishes!Beverly and Julius
Frank Excellent news! I've been a NatGeo fan supporter since cldihhood. It's exciting to see someone I've worked with directly contributing to their mission. Look forward to following more updates in the coming weeks - MLK
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