Live Video from Regional Cabled Array Expedition

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to participate in a research cruise from aboard the ship and below the surface.  Live video is being broadcast from the Regional Cabled Array’s eighth Operations and Maintenance expedition aboard the R/V Thomas G. Thompson.  It is really an extraordinary way to watch first-hand the complexity of the operation involved in keeping a network of 900 kilometers of electro-optical cables supplying unprecedented power, bandwidth (10 Gigabit Ethernet, and two-way communication to scientific sensors on the seafloor and throughout the water column, so data are continuously collected and research conducted. Bookmark these links and tune in often!

Streaming live video from the ship and from the ROV ROPOS.

Live video from an underwater camera on a hot spring on top of Axial Seamount -every 3 hours from 300 miles offshore and at ~ 4500 ft beneath the ocean. Twice a month for 24 hours and once a month for 3 days continuously.