The Atlantis in Arica
The terns of Arica
Day 40: Good morning Arica
Day 39: The last sunset at sea
Day 38: The first signs of land (a masked booby)
Day 37: The science party
Day 36: Mike and Bobbie, our co-chief scientists
Day 35: A jigsaw of samples
Day 34: Drew keeping the decks clean
Day 33: Happy Valentines Day! Love, Jason
Day 31: measuring magnetics on the way home
Day 32: Chief scientist Mike receives the data package
Day 30: Farewell to the Jackalope. Track her online here: http://educationalpassages.com/boats/00-171000921/
Day 29: The final Sentry recovery
Day 28: Spectacular hydrothermal vents
Photo courtesy of M. Cheadle, Univ. of Wyoming/NSF/ROV Jason 2017 © Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Day 27: Vents!
Day 26: We'll miss the spectacular skies of the Pito Deep
Day 22: Jason and Mike play a quick game to get in the Super Bowl spirit
Day 25: Only 4 days left of dives left, let's find something incredible
Day 24: A styrofoam football meets 5 km of water. Deflategate 2.0?
Day 23: Super Bowl Sentry
Day 21: Sentry gears up for the Super Bowl
Day 20: Ping pong heats up
Day 19: Captain Al
Day 18: Jason at sunrise
Day 16: Jimmy guides Jason over the seafloor
Day 17: Strange sights on the seafloor
Day 15: Jason takes a dip
Day 13: A visit from a whale shark
Day 12: Fresh samples from the seafloor
Day 14: The sea trials of The Jackalope
Day 10: Sunrise over JASON, ready for a dive
Day 11: The chief scientist plots out the next dive
Day 8: Jason found a rock!
Day 9: The first use of the Jeff Gee Orientation Device (G.O.D. for short)
Day 7: Going, going, gone. Our first Jason dive!
Day 6: The geophysics team
Day 5: The first of many spectacular sunsets
Day 4: Elevator boxes ready to carry samples up from the seafloor.
Day 3: The first launch of Sentry
Throwback: Three University of Wyoming geologists explore Patagonia prior to the expedition.
Day 2: Safety
Day 1: Easter Island
Photo by Lucas Kavanagh