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We have better maps of the Moon, Venus, and Mars than we do our own planet. The ocean represent the final frontier on Earth for explorations. Here we will discuss the technology, from sonars to advanced robots, needed to explore the deepest reaches of our ocean and along the way we will get to meet some of the strange creatures that inhabitants the largest biome on the planet.
Presenter: Brian Kennedy
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