Today, when multicopters and drones are sold in regular supermarkets, anyone can get the experience of a pioneer. Get, albeit not personally, in a place where people could not get into the centuries. It's fascinating, but it should be remembered – it's not easy to get to the really hidden corners of the Earth and with professional equipment.
Perhaps, therefore, in the international non-profit organization Ocean Exploration Trust, they decided to make a kind of gift to all the really enthusiastic researchers of our planet. Currently, her deep-sea probe Nautilus explores the neighborhood of Loiha – a powerful underwater volcano in Hawaii. This is an active volcano and work there is associated with risk and administrative prohibitions, so it's great that Nautilus was given the command to broadcast his video signal online.
One of the founders of the Ocean Exploration Trust is Robert Ballard, who was among the first to find the remains of the Titanic on the seabed. He believes that many people will be interested in a near-live look at what they see underwater probe lenses and hear the sounds of the depths recorded by him. The broadcast is streamed, with breaks only for technical pauses. The next object to explore is the National Marine Monument of Papahanaumokakea.js.src = “&version=v2.8”; 'script', 'facebook-jssdk'));