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67 3 Jan 16, 2018
Hahtag #noaaship: From the deck of a NOAA ship docked

From the deck of a NOAA ship docked in Pearl Harbor . . . . . . . . . . Camera: Sony A6000 Lens: Sony 18-55mm 6000 a 6000 a lpha a lpha6000 _captures best_shots lovers s _captures images rtofvisuals tagram cape ship

334 2 Aug 14, 2017
Hahtag #noaaship: What lies been the ocean surface does not

What lies been the ocean surface does not always mirror what we see from above -- even on a calm day, strong currents can cause changes to carefully laid remotely operated vehicle dive plans. For example, check out the glassy calm seen by the Southeast Deep Coral Initiative expedition team as they prepared for their first dive. Little did they know that incredibly strong currents would thwart their initial dive plans and cause them to move to a different site. In an environment as challenging as the deep sea, research techniques take time and practice to produce results, and deep-sea researchers must be prepared adapt to the challenges of the deep. Learn more via the link in our bio. . . Ship

2 0 May 14, 2016
Hahtag #noaaship: Pull to trip #exploratorium #noaaship

Pull to trip

165 0 Aug 23, 2017
Hahtag #noaaship: On #NOAA Ship Nancy Foster, all of ship

On Ship Nancy Foster, all of ship's departments play different, but equally important, roles. Learn more here (or via the link in our bio): https://go.usa.gov/xRfHm . . Ship

48 1 Dec 8, 2016
Hahtag #noaaship: Thoroughly enjoyed sailing for 9 days on NOAA

Thoroughly enjoyed sailing for 9 days on NOAA Ship Pisces with these wonderful people from Newport, RI to Pascagoula, MS. We endured heavy and high seas, beautiful weather, securité calls, mid-watches, abandoned boats, the Gulf Stream, the Florida Keys, and the Gulf of Mexico. I love my new NOAA Corps family! In less than a week we will finally be finished with our training and headed off to our ships. Fair winds and following seas, my friends! ship view

1 0 May 14, 2016
Hahtag #noaaship: Spools #noaaship #exploratorium
6 0 Jul 7, 2015
Hahtag #noaaship: A beautiful sunrise behind A #NOAASHIP @exploratorium #pier15

A beautiful sunrise behind A 15

32 1 Dec 31, 2016
Hahtag #noaaship: Have to repeat this tour in the summer

Have to repeat this tour in the summer when the days are long

19 3 Jul 27, 2016
Hahtag #noaaship: Get ready to run lines #sftug #mareisland #noaaship

Get ready to run lines

67 3 Jan 16, 2018

From the deck of a NOAA ship docked in Pearl Harbor . . . . . . . . . . Camera: Sony A6000 Lens: Sony 18-55mm 6000 a 6000 a lpha a lpha6000 _captures best_shots lovers s _captures images rtofvisuals tagram cape ship

38 0 Oct 22, 2017

A dry dock pic from last year at Mare Island Naval Shipyard ronaldbrown

8 0 Oct 18, 2017

The first research vessel I went out to sea on! 4 #23yearsago

3 0 Sep 21, 2017

Cube View

36 0 Aug 23, 2017

・・・ On Ship Nancy Foster, all of the ship's departments play different, but equally important, roles. Learn more here (or via the link in our bio): https://go.usa.gov/xRfHm . . Ship

165 0 Aug 23, 2017

On Ship Nancy Foster, all of ship's departments play different, but equally important, roles. Learn more here (or via the link in our bio): https://go.usa.gov/xRfHm . . Ship

334 2 Aug 14, 2017

What lies been the ocean surface does not always mirror what we see from above -- even on a calm day, strong currents can cause changes to carefully laid remotely operated vehicle dive plans. For example, check out the glassy calm seen by the Southeast Deep Coral Initiative expedition team as they prepared for their first dive. Little did they know that incredibly strong currents would thwart their initial dive plans and cause them to move to a different site. In an environment as challenging as the deep sea, research techniques take time and practice to produce results, and deep-sea researchers must be prepared adapt to the challenges of the deep. Learn more via the link in our bio. . . Ship

8 0 Aug 13, 2017

NOAA ship on Lake Michigan full of all kinds of cool gadgets. The crew member I talked to said they just went from Muskegon to Milwaukee and back again. He said they put in 12 hour days working in 5 foot swells and they have been working their way all around the lake. Keep up the good work guys! ship

78 1 Jun 28, 2017

My sistah and cuz are here! Glad I got a chance to show them around Fancy Nancy.

43 0 Jun 20, 2017

It's the gray valve with the yellow handle...

47 0 Jun 11, 2017
46 3 Jun 8, 2017

When the engineer is relaxed that's how you know the ship is running smoothly.

704 6 May 22, 2017

Today, May 22, is National Maritime Day and also the 100th anniversary of the NOAA Corps. The NOAA Commissioned Officers Corps is one of the seven uniformed services of the United States. NOAA Corps Officers serve on the sea, on land, and in the air in a wide variety of roles. NOAA Corps officers command NOAA's fleet of research and survey ships and also pilot NOAA's environmental data-gathering aircraft, including the agency's "hurricane hunter" planes. This image shows the NOAA Ship Rainier, a hydrographic survey vessel that maps the ocean to aid maritime commerce, improve coastal resilience, and understand the marine environment. Rainier’s officers, technicians, and scientists log the data that NOAA cartographers use to create and update the nation’s nautical charts with ever-increasing data richness and precision. Rainier

177 7 May 20, 2017

3547 15 May 1, 2017

Heads up, NOAA Ship fans: TODAY May 1, from 2 pm-4 pm ET, (11 am-1pm PT) we're hosting another ​ "Ask Us Anything" online Q&A -- this time with NOAA scientists on a new expedition to explore unseen deep-water areas of the Pacific Ocean! Details at http://bit.ly/2oQTyM7. OR: Click our profile link to head directly to the event page at https://redd.it/68lirn [Photo: Remotely operated underwater vehicles Seirios and Deep Discoverer are prepared for deployment on the aft deck of NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer. 2016. Credit: NOAA.]

457 9 Feb 23, 2017

NOAA's Office of Coast Survey annually plans hydrographic survey projects to measure water depths and identify new navigational hazards to keep the nation's suite of nautical charts up to date. Survey planners consider requests from marine pilots, port authorities, the U.S. Coast Guard, the boating community, and others when setting the year's schedule. The NOAA Ship Fairweather, shown here docked in Kodiak, Alaska, is one of four NOAA hydrographic ships. Visit oceanservice.noaa.gov to learn more.

45 0 Feb 21, 2017

Some of the new NOAA fam. Nancy foster fo life

32 1 Dec 31, 2016

Have to repeat this tour in the summer when the days are long

48 1 Dec 8, 2016

Thoroughly enjoyed sailing for 9 days on NOAA Ship Pisces with these wonderful people from Newport, RI to Pascagoula, MS. We endured heavy and high seas, beautiful weather, securité calls, mid-watches, abandoned boats, the Gulf Stream, the Florida Keys, and the Gulf of Mexico. I love my new NOAA Corps family! In less than a week we will finally be finished with our training and headed off to our ships. Fair winds and following seas, my friends! ship view

25 0 Nov 2, 2016

From the sky our move in to dry dock with the Rueben Lasker NOAA vessel.

305 7 Sep 28, 2016

NOAA Ship Rainier followed by two of its launches in Kupreanof Strait, Alaska. NOAA ships Fairweather, Rainier, and Thomas Jefferson each have smaller boats (called launches) for surveying in shallow areas.

324 0 Sep 12, 2016

NOAA Ship Ferdinand R. Hassler is one of the newest ships in NOAA’s fleet of research and survey vessels that map the ocean to aid maritime commerce, improve coastal resilience, and understand the marine environment. NOAA's Coast Survey uses data collected by the ship to create and update the nation’s nautical charts with ever-increasing data richness and precision. Here, see a view of NOAA Ship Ferdinand R. Hassler from an autonomous underwater vehicle.

364 1 Aug 19, 2016

It's ! Celebrate by capturing the beauty of our planet. This image was submitted as part of our 2011 World Ocean Day photo contest. It shows the NOAA Ship Rainier taken from the top of Iliasik Island in Alaska. The Rainier was conducting a hydrographic survey of the Pavlof Island area. Photo credit: Barry Jackson

19 3 Jul 27, 2016

Get ready to run lines

12 0 Jul 26, 2016

Getting ready to push this ship into drydock .

10 0 Jul 23, 2016
6 0 Jul 22, 2016

Secretary of Commerce 's attendance at the change-of-command ceremony of NOAA Ship Ferdinand R. Hassler was a moment in history. ship

5 0 Jul 22, 2016

As the NOAA Ship Ferdinand R. Hassler has "only 14 racks" for crewmembers (rack = sleeping accommodation) the galley is small. Here you see a third of the crew's mess area. Highly functional, but midnight buffet with ice carvings it is not.

1 0 May 14, 2016
2 0 May 14, 2016

Pull to trip

31 15 Apr 15, 2016

The NOAA S221 is ready & underway. Met dope ass folks w/ different backgrounds from Alaska, Oregon, Hawaii &more. I learned many new things on this job. It was a pleasure workin w/ yall, safe travels to Newport, OR. Until next year.

167 0 Mar 3, 2016

Onward! NOAA begins the 2016 hydrographic survey season. New data collected will update nautical charts around the country. Find out if one of our ships will be off the coast of your state at oceanservice.noaa.gov In this image, the NOAA Ship Ferdinand Hassler heads out to survey.

197 1 Feb 22, 2016

NOAA Ship Fairweather in Kotzebue Sound during the summer of 2011. Need a nautical chart? Visit nauticalcharts.noaa.gov

213 8 Feb 4, 2016

What is it like to work on a NOAA ship? Come aboard the NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson where collecting data for NOAA nautical charts requires science and technology...but most importantly, passionate, adventurous people! See the full video at oceantoday.noaa.gov career

270 2 Jan 14, 2016

Meet the Fairweather. The NOAA Ship Fairweather is named after Mt. Fairweather, located in Alaska's Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve along the U.S.-Canada border. Mt. Fairweather was named by Captain Cook in 1778, presumably because of the good weather encountered at the time of his visit. Fairweather conducted a 2012 reconnaissance mission to help NOAA prioritize its efforts to update navigational charts in the Arctic.

28 1 Jan 1, 2016
8 1 Sep 6, 2015
6 0 Jul 7, 2015

A beautiful sunrise behind A 15

27 0 Jun 2, 2015

Yes, we have ships too! This is the NOAA Ship Henry B. Bigelow entering the Cape Cod Canal. ship canal

18 0 Sep 2, 2014
20 0 Jan 1, 2014

NOAA Sunset research researchship ship boat #808

20 0 Jan 1, 2014

NOAA Sunset research researchship ship boat #808

35 4 Oct 2, 2013
22 1 Jul 25, 2013

Ford Island Sunset harbor boat ship #808

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