After a three-day weather delay, on Friday 29 October, the 14-member Pioneer Array science party will board the R/V Neil Armstrong in Woods Hole, MA and head toward the array, 75 nautical miles south of Martha’s Vineyard. The team will recover and deploy moorings and instrumentation to keep the array operational, collecting and sending data back to shore.
What’s novel about this mission is not only is it the 17th time the array will have been “turned,” but this time, you can follow along. Bookmark this link for regular updates of progress, conditions, and life at sea. The team promises a good ride along.