|Kitty cat from the good ol' days|
A really fun exploration event has live camera coverage from the ROV aboard the Okeanos Explorer. A few days ago, they were exploring shipwrecks 4,000 feet deep. So deep, they haven't seen light in 200 years, so it was a thrill seeing the live feed from the ROV's camera. They discovered the ship's sextant and a clock frozen in time, and an engineer for the ROV speculated on the implications.
|Life on an eternally dark shipwreck|
Also to celebrate Earth Day, Kepler has found a cousin for earth, now called Kepler-186f. The planet is about the same size as Earth, but the star is smaller and dimmer.
|Exciting real-estate opportunities abound!|