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Jacques Cousteau’s grandson will lead a team of aquanauts on a 31-day mission to live and work at the world’s only undersea lab. And you can watch it all unfold in real time.
In the middle of his mission, Jacques Cousteau's grandson shares why 31 days underwater isn't enough and which piece of tech sparks childhood memories.
The 31-day expedition at the Aquarius lab turned a spotlight on the wonders of the underwater world, inviting landlubbers to follow along in real time.
May 6 marks the peak of Eta Aquarids, a brilliantly fast meteor shower that will trail the night sky.
Who would live underwater for weeks at a time -- and in view of the public? Get to know Fabien Cousteau and his crew doing it for science, bragging rights, and, uh, the freeze-dried food.
A recently discovered and very unusual white dwarf star is so chilled out, it is essentially a giant floating piece of bling.
Next spring, Fabien Cousteau, grandson of the legendary Jacques, will lead a 31-day mission, living in an underwater lab and exploring the mysteries of the deep. And you're invited to come along.
In an alluringly batty piece of research, online shopping experts Ebates claims, for example, that tablets are more popular with those born under Fire signs. While smartphones are a Water sign of love.
NASA will provide live video of the event, as well as a live chat with Bill Cooke, head of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office.
This rigid sail concept and other technologies could produce fuel savings of over 40 percent while lowering emissions.