This time we’re talking about something called “inner space.” Dwight Coleman, the director of the Inner Space Center at the University of Rhode Island, explains: “We define inner space as the deep oceans or anything within the Earth and the oceans that we cannot see.”
That Center involves two big visions: first, promoting and doing archaeology research in the ocean; and second, something called telepresence. Tune in to hear more.
The Titanic's among the many discoveries of Bob Ballard and those connected to the Inner Space Center. Credit: voyage.pierwisconsin.org.
During an ocean exploration mission, getting live data and video feeds off the sea bottom takes massive hardware. Credit: Inner Space Center.
Dwight Coleman explores inner space.
Archaeological oceanography is the study of ancient human history now resting in the deep sea. Credit: Inner Space Center.
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