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Voyage To Inner Space - Exploring the Seas With NOAA Collect
Catalog of Images

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Experimental recompression chambers allow studies of hyperbaric conditions.
1985 December
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Shipboard recompression chamber on the R/V Lulu during FLARE project.
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Snug Harbor, Hawaii, home to the NURP Hawaii and Pacific center and Pisces sub.
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R/V Keldish, mother ship for the MIRs subs.
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R/V Seahawk, former surface supplied support ship for NURP's southeast center.,
North Carolina
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One person Drager recompression chamber.
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NURP's Caribbean Marine Research Center on Lee Stocking Island, Bahamas.
Bahama Islands, Lee Stocking Island
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Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute's R/V Seward Johnson and JSL sub.
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Snug Harbor Hawaii, field base for the Hawaii Undersea Research Lab.
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R/V Natsushima, Japan's support ship for the SHINKAI subs.
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Rutgers Univ. field station at Tuckerton NJ, shore base for the LEO observatory.
Tuckerton, New Jersey October 1995
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Kaimikai-O-Kanaloa (KoK) is mother ship for the Pisces V sub.
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Bill High, former HYDROLAB aquanaut and NMFS scientist.
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Elliott Finkle, NURP director during the 1980s.
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First all female saturation team in training for TEKTITE, 1970.
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Elliott Finkle
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TEKTITE II all female team in crews quarters, including Sylvia Earle (b&w suit).
1970
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R. Cooper, R. Slater, and J. Uzmann (l-r) view sub tapes from submarine canyon.
New England continental slope 1974 September
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Description not available.
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In 1970, all female team performed as well as males in scientific sat mission.
1970
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Description not available.
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Life in an undersea habitat.
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Dr. Morgan Wells, former NOAA Dive Prog. Dir., Jim Miller and Jean Jaubert, a French biologist from the Laboratory of General Biology, Nice, France. (r-l).
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R. Clifford prepares A. Bryson for dive to Jeffries Ledge off Mass.
New England, Jeffries Ledge 1973 October
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TEKTITE II all-female team, led by S. Earle (far rgt), in rebreather training.
1970
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SEALAB's "Poppa Topside" and father of saturation diving, George F. Bond.
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Cliff Newell (lft), former NOAA Dive Prog. Dir. & German diver during HELGOLAND.
New England, Jeffries Ledge 1976 May
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I. Kobleck talking with topside during saturation.
1975
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R. Cooper displays rebreather (electro-lung) during New England lobster project.
1972
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HELGOLAND aquanauts R. Cooper (red) and A. Waterfield (blk) at the surface.
New England, Jeffries Ledge 1973 August
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AQUARIUS undersea lab in Salt River Canyon.
St. Croix, USVI
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HYDROLAB undersea habitat off Grand Bahama Island.
Grand Bahama Island
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Bushnell's TURTLE used to place explosives to British ships in 1776.
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Inside HYDROLAB habitat.
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Navy's Deep Sea Rescue Vehicle, DSRV-1, used to assist the submarine fleet.
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SEALAB III, last of the Navy's undersea habitats, circa 1969.
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Bathyscathe, TRIESTE II, dove to over 13,000 feet in the late 1960s.
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Navy's nuclear research sub NR-1 still operates out of Groton, CT.
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Diver exits Navy Mark I Personnel Transfer Capsule (PTC).
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Personnel Transfer Capsule (PTC) is used to evacuate undersea habitats.
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DEEPSTAR 2000 submersible launched in 1969 by Westinghouse.
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Inside GEORGE F. BOND habitat, renamed AQUARIUS before its first deployment.
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Schematic of the HELGOLAND habitat operations to study herring off New England.
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16th century painting of Alexander the Great, lowered in a glass diving bell.
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In 1680, physicist Giovanni Borelli attempts to recycle his own breathing air.
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CAV (Construction Assistance Vehicle) could transport a ton at over 2 knots.
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TEKTITE I undersea habitat was built by General Electric in 1969.
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EDALHAB habitat and support ship Lulu during FLARE project.
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Roman Vegetius' impractical vision of a leather helmet and umbilical for war.
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Lethbridge diving machine, 1715-- a one atmosphere system.

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