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Lloyd Godson
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Australian Adventurer and Aquanaut
Australian Adventurer and Aquanaut

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Using the MY NASA Data microsets, students can become members of an international team of marine biologists and track ocean ecology with Chlorophyll A #cserTask2. 

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One of the coolest discipline areas utilising computing and digital technologies is the exploration of the deep sea. Job opportunities include submersible pilot, ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle) pilot, video engineers, fibre optic technicians, telepresence operators and the list goes on! We now have the ability to produce 3D maps of the seafloor 7km below in real-time while moving at 10knots! Definitely some of the coolest jobs in the world :) #cserTask1

Hello amazing educators! I am from Port Macquarie and embarking on a journey in coding with +Meridith Ebbs #pre-moocnetworking

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"What the heck is that?". This is just a little bit cool...check out this footage from 598m of an encounter between a sperm whale and a ROV in the Gulf of Mexico. Some lucky viewers saw this live today on nautiluslive.org

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Going up! Newman Senior Technical College students added the next level to the underwater habitat today. First window level of several, soon to be filled with Evonik Industries +PLEXIGLAS® 
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+Engineers Australia visited Newman Senior Technical College last week to learn more about our underwater habitat and OpenROV projects.  #STEM #education
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Wayne Kneipp and his students out at Newman Senior Technical College are amazing! Look at what they sent me today, along with a cheeky message that read: 'happy birthday old fellow'! Thank you :)
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Metal & Engineering teacher Wayne Kneipp and his students at Newman Senior Technical College are doing an amazing job of welding together a prototype of Asterias, my latest underwater habitat. When complete, it will be displayed in Sydney at the +Australian National Maritime Museum during National Science Week  2015. Eventually, I plan to spend 3 weeks living underwater in the virtual classroom in Darling Harbour. Next step is too add the +PLEXIGLAS® windows :)
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Another great opportunity for students: Know any students aged 14-18 who might fit the bill of "Oceantrepeneur" with Ocean Youth? Apply by 5pm AEST Friday February 20.
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