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Scott Cassell ; Undersea Voyager Project, Escondido, California, USA

The Undersea Voyager Project is a five year continuing mission designed to utilize Human Occupied submersibles to take a physical look at the first 100-1,000 feet of seawater, (which is the largest and least explored environment on Earth). Founded by Undersea Explorer Scott Cassell, he and his team are working with scientist from around the world while circumnavigating the Earth (27,000 miles) underwater, searching for new life and the current condition of the seas.

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2009 IEEE Aerospace conference

Date of Conference:

7-14 March 2009