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WIRED SCIENCE | Icy Depths | PBS

Duration: 01:42

A Woods Hole expedition sails to the Arctic Ocean to test autonomous undersea vehicles (AUVs). These underwater robots are used to explore the frigid waters below the ice cap to discover new life forms near volcanic vents along the ocean floor.

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Post Date: December 20, 2007