About NOAA’s Office of Ocean Exploration and Research

NOAA’s Office of Ocean Exploration and Research is the nation’s first program dedicated to expanding our understanding of the ocean through systematic exploration, targeted research, and the use and advancement of undersea technologies.

If you’re looking for the official source of information about our office, please visit http://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/.

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11 Responses to About NOAA’s Office of Ocean Exploration and Research

  1. Nancy Meher says:

    I’m so excited that the depths of our oceans are being explored, finally. 70% of our planet is made up of water. I think we are too. We come from water in our Mom’s womb. I love to sit by the ocean, listen to the waves crashing on the shore, it is so soothing. I will be following the progress.

  2. Jennifer says:

    We are trying to say HI to Chris from California…enjoying watching the Okeanos exploring the Atlantic this morning.– Kate, Caroline and Jennifer. Kate wants to know when she can come drive…haha

  3. Maurice J. Epstein says:

    Thank you for reigniting the memories As an electrical engineer over 50 years ago I rode the
    T AGOR 1 (Josiah W Gibbs) and did some of this early work that you are continuing. It gives me
    great pride in being able to come along on your cruise and watch the unbelievable progress that
    you are making.
    Maurice

  4. Jimmy says:

    Would be cool if you guys set up a live chat aswell so we can ask one of your experts questions.

  5. Observer says:

    Can you all provide the initial time of future dives, how often they will occur, how long they will each be, and if they are only daytime events? Even broad approximations would be nice.

    • Between now and April 30, the we will be diving everyday (weather permitting), with the exception of April 25, when we’ll be moving to a different location. In general, the ROV will be deployed at 0830 CDT and recovered between 1630-1930 CDT. Hope that helps!

  6. Jason says:

    What is the purpose of the laser used by the ROV? Temperature? Measurements? Age?
    Thanks

  7. RocktimRDas says:

    Just saw the new octopus discovery in the deep, wonderful. So much is there in the ocean depths that we still don’t know about.

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