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Past NEEMO Missions

NEEMO Aquanaut outside Aquarius laboratory

Learn about the teams, activities and research from previous NEEMO missions.

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NEEMO: Latest News and Feature Stories

From left to right: NASA astronaut Dottie Metcalf-Lindenburger, Andrew Abercromby (NASA Deputy Project Manager for the Multi-Mission Space Exploration Vehicle) and ESA astronaut Timothy Peake.

Talking to Explorers Underwater

Adminstrator Bolden spoke to the NEEMO 16 explorers during their 12-day mission beneath the waves of the Florida Keys.

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NEEMO 16: Science Under Pressure

How does atmospheric pressure affect science experiments? This challenge invites you to participate and submit your theories.

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Two NEEMO crew members perform simulated asteroid activities.

NEEMO 16 Mission Dates and Crew Announced

An international team of aquanauts will travel to the bottom of the Atlantic to simulate a visit to an asteroid in the 16th NEEMO expedition.

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Image of two aquanauts mapping the coral reef.

Using Analogs to Develop Sample Collection Techniques

Rovers can yield valuable planetary data returns, but the ultimate goal is to collect and return samples for scientists to analyze on Earth.

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NEEMO 16 Commander Dottie (Dorothy) Metcalf-Lindenburger uses the ARGOS.

Analogs Blog: NEEMO 16 Training Week

NEEMO 16 Commander Dottie (Dorothy) Metcalf-Lindenburger talks about training week at JSC.

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The OpenROV with the NOAA Aquarius facility in the background.

Open Hardware Exploration at NEEMO 16

NASA's Open Government Initiative introduces "OpenRov" at NEEMO 16, a challenge to further the development of open-source hardware, software, and ...

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