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Mission 31: Time Magazine presents live Twitter Q&A Photo

Mission 31: Time Magazine presents live Twitter Q&A

Time Magazine are hosting a live Twitter question and answer session at 2 pm US Eastern Standard Time today discussing the 360° Hero video set up that they used to capture the interactive video they recently published video about Fabien Cousteaus’s Mission 31 project. The video “takes readers on a virtual scuba dive around Aquarius, the world’s only habitable underwater science lab, with Fabien Cousteau and some of the aquanauts from Mission 31.”

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Reports from Aquarius: Mission 31 updates Photo

Reports from Aquarius: Mission 31 updates

Matthew Ferraro, an experienced and accomplished filmmaker with over 15 years in film production, is the Director of Photography for the Mission 31 project, and will be providing the Wetpixel community with “live” reports from the Aquarius habitat throughout the next 30 days.

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Actor Adrian Grenier visits Mission 31 Aquarius habitat Photo

Actor Adrian Grenier visits Mission 31 Aquarius habitat

Actor and Filmmaker, Adrian Grenier scuba dives and visits Aquarius Reef Base during Fabien Cousteau’s Mission 31. In addition to his acting and filmmaking career, Adrian is an ocean advocate and regularly contributes to causes and organizations supporting the world’s oceans.

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Watch Mission 31 livefeed here Photo

Watch Mission 31 livefeed here

Fabien Cousteau’s Mission 31 will coincide with the 50th anniversary of his grandfather, Jacques Cousteau, living underwater for 30 days in the Red Sea aboard the Conshelf Two. Fabien’s Mission will emulate his grandfather’s endeavor and add one extra day.

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Mission 31 goes live Photo

Mission 31 goes live

A project entitled Mission 31 has set out today to build on Jacques-Yves Cousteau’s groundbreaking experiments in saturation and habitat exploration. Utilising the Aquarius lab, located 9 miles off the coast of Key Largo, Florida, the team, which includes Cousteau’s grandson Fabien, aims to expand Cousteau’s original Conshelf experiment by one day and at a depth 30 feet deeper than the original.

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