Molly Malloy
Ever wondered what it’s like to live 60 feet below the ocean’s surface?

This is part of our ongoing coverage of Mission Aquarius, what may be the last mission to the world’s only remaining undersea research base. For the full story, visit our Mission Aquarius expedition page.

Ever wondered what it’s like to live 60 feet below the ocean’s surface?

Introducing One World One Ocean’s “Ask an Aquanaut” live from Mission Aquarius!

From July 16-21, a team of aquanauts led by Dr. Sylvia Earle, National Geographic Explorer-In-Residence and OWOO science adviser will live the life aquatic as a part of Mission Aquarius – a celebration of 50 years of scientists living underwater – being held at the world’s last remaining undersea lab.

Submit your questions here for a chance to have them answered by the aquanaut team during the live mission.

Questions will be accepted through July 15th.

Then, tune into Mission Aquarius on July 19 (time TBD) on where your question could be answered by the aquanaut team via the expedition live stream!

Mission Aquarius marks the last expedition to this national treasure, which is scheduled for closure due to government budget cuts. Join One World One Ocean and our partners in speaking up for the importance of ocean exploration and research.

Follow the conversation and tell us what ocean exploration means to you on Twitter and Instagram using #MissionAquarius

Learn more about our expedition here.



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