Golden Globe Race 2022. The sailors pass from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean after the Cape Town stage

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Leaving on September 4, 2022, the skippers of the Golden Globe Race have been sailing the Atlantic for two months already. Three of them reached Cape Town by Wednesday 9 November. The rest of the sailboats should pass this stage by the end of the week, before tackling the solitary waters of the Indian Ocean. … Read more

In Douarnenez, the Ocean Meetings return from September 19, 2022

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The Ocean Meetings are preparing their second edition which will take place from September 19 to 25, 2022 in Douarnenez (Finistère). “We take up the spirit of the first edition, with cinema, live performance, theater and literature, around the theme of the sea and sailors” introduces Jean-Yves Crochemore, former president of the organizing association l’Équipage, … Read more

DANNY OCEAN returns with “I’ll fly”

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DANNY OCEAN returns with “I will fly” he multi-platinum Venezuelan artist and producer, Danny Oceanreleases his highly anticipated single “I will fly” today through Warner Latin Y Atlantic Records. The new single is part of his next EP @DannOcean by Danny Ocean Part 2, the follow-up to his critically acclaimed album @DannOcean by Danny Ocean … Read more

“The Ocean One humanoid robot can go up to 1000 meters deep”

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Thanks to 3D vision, Oussama Khatib is piloting Ocean One K, at a depth of 500 meters, on the wreck of the Italian freighter “Francesco Crispi”, sunk during the Second World War, on February 11. FREDERIC OSADA/DRASSM/STANFORD Director of the Robotic Lab at Stanford University (California), Oussama Khatib is the inventor of the underwater archaeological … Read more

One of the great ocean currents accelerates: warming increases thaw

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Related news The Dutch scientist Paul Crutzen, winner of the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1995, was the first to say that we live in another era, that of the Anthropocene. The human being and his influence on the planet They have created a whole new geological epoch. The climate change that humans are causing … Read more