Florida’s Aquarius Reef Base is remote, cramped, and potentially dangerous—making it ideal for NASA training as well as critical environmental research.
There’s a poster in the Aquarius Reef Base command center in Islamorada, Florida, that chronicles the evolution from the first undersea habitat to the International Space Station (ISS). It usually merits no more than a glance from visitors. But Cady Coleman stops to peruse the text about Sealab, the experimental underwater habitats the Navy ran in the 1960s.
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