Become your own undersea explorer with James Cameron and Kevin Hardy as your guides. Step by step instructions on the assembly and operation of the “Soda Cup Lander” and the “Life Bag Lander”.
Atlantis places terrestrial plant life in a submerged terrarium for a week’s duration. The habitat provides conditions that allow the plant to survive and grow, perhaps even thrive.
Similarities to the U.S. Navy’s Sealab II Project, operated off the coast of La Jolla, CA, Jacques Cousteau’s Conshelf habitat, and NASA’s planned space colonies will be drawn.
Kevin Hardy reflects on teaching 5th Graders in San Diego how to make the MouseHouse, and meeting Bob Richards who used the curriculum to teach his high school and elementary students about calculated risk, engineering principles of mechanical and electrical design, physiology, life support systems, and critical back-up systems the students still recall today.
The Journal of Ocean Technology sits with Kevin Hardy for some Q&A on his occupation, inspiration, and advice for the next generation of ocean explorers.
Learn how to easily assemble a paint-stirrer submarine model. This hands-on experience allows students to learn about buoyancy, buoyant force, Archimedes’ principle, and motion in an active engaging manner.
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