Today we’re back to the expected, cold, blustery, and snowing weather;
it feels like -13F with the 57mph winds. However, yesterday evening we
had calm winds and clear skies, so after another CTD, the UAV team got
in a couple more drone flights.
The crew moved the ship right up against the sea ice so the UAVs could get good images for later data collection.
However, it was such a nice day, they sent the UAVs up almost 4,000 feet to get some awesome shots too!
Just a Reminder
Don’t forget to register for our upcoming PolarConnect Webinar on April 18th, 2015at 1pm Pacific DST [12pm Alaska DST; 2pm Mountain DST; 3pm Central DST; 4pm Easter DST]!
It’s a free online event where Chief Scientist, Frank, and I will be talking about the research we’ve been doing and what life is like on the ship in Antarctica. Then we’ll open the talk up to answer your questions live. We hope you can join us!