Sunken Dreams

For many, the most memorable images of space flight is seeing the fragile blue planet of Earth from a satellite station. With the changing illumination conditions and passing seasons, one never tires of the dynamic view. Scientific instruments onboard an international fleet of satellites are routinely sounding, measuring and analyzing the Earth's environment, providing key data for understanding long-term changes in the Earth's climate. In some ways it is said that the work of the dedicated Earth observation satellites serve as an inspiration to all those passionate about preserving the natural world. Combining footage from Sunken Dreams locations, the following piece pin-points six diverse underwater locations and the unique ecosystems and wildlife found at each location. Ours is truly a blue planet. http://www.sunkendreams.com

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Sunken Dreams

Sunken Dreams

Scuba Diving and Marine Conservation TV for Academy Members all rolled into one. Sink back, sign in. This is diving!

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    Sean, this is very impressive. Let's make another film. Ed.

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    Coming Soon, The Sunken Dreams Network, launching April 15th 2010! Sink back, sign in, you never know where the current may take you.

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