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15.04.2009 02:52 Age: 9 yrs
Category: ANFOG

The First Seaglider of the South

The past two months have seen an ANFOG Seaglider traversing the East Australian Current and riding ocean eddies off the coast of Tasmania.

Voyage track of SG154, east of Tasmania.

Ken Ridgway with the Seaglider

Yesterday morning at 6:50am EST, a team from CSIRO successfully recovered ANFOG's Seaglider SG154 about 16 nautical miles east-northeast of Pirates Bay, Tasmania.

This marks the end of the historic first ever southern hemisphere Seaglider deployment, which lasted 60 days.  It performed 430 dives, many to 1000m.

Read the CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research Media Release

Listen to Felicity Ogilivie's report for ABC's PM here

Porpoise-like sub swims with the current ABC News Story.

Gliding into deep sea history ABC Rural

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