You, traveler, know very well what jet lag is like. For a period of several years, you were essentially jet-lagged two weeks every month. “Jet lag is my favorite drug,” you said, repeating the great line by Jacques Cousteau. But you knew then, just as all travelers come to know, that real jet lag is…
I plunged feet-first into a Jacques Cousteau daydream recently. I had been skimming across the clear, blue waters of Mexico's Banderas Bay in a power boat when our guide stopped near the rocky, uninhabited Marieta Islands and invited us to put on snorkel gear and jump in.
This grandson of Jacques just lived in a James Bond-style undersea capsule, studying the effects of ocean acidification on coral reefs.
Philippe Cousteau, Jr. shares a story about his grandfather, legendary explorer Jacques Cousteau, “that few people know.”
The grandson of legendary undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau spends two-thirds of the year traveling the world to carry on his family’s legacy.
In the heart of Marriage Record’s anarchist collective Rob Walmart, legendary aqua-lung Jacque Cousteau is, but is not limited to: On land. Lived as a cougar. In the water. A fish with hands. Roaming in the fields surrounding him. Somehwere near the horses, threatening them and running. Show More Summary
In 1963, Jacques Cousteau led divers to live underwater in Conshelf II for a month to examine life as an "oceanaut." Here's a look at what life was like at the bottom of the ocean.
Cool helmet, Jacques Cousteau. This is a video demonstrating what happens when you crack an egg underwater (and deep enough for the water pressure to have an effect). I actually posted a better version of the experiment back in 2012, but maybe you weren't reading then. Show More Summary
Fabien Cousteau has spent the last three weeks living in the fishbowl known as Aquarius, the only undersea laboratory in the world
Fabien Cousteau, the grandson of ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau, is currently living off the coast of Florida in the Aquarius underwater laboratory for a 31-day ocean exploration project entitled Mission 31. The project is focusing on studying how the ocean is affected by climate change, pollution, and overconsumption of resources. The project also honors the [...]
The health risks of deep-sea diving are one thing—but imagine living underwater for 31 days in a lab no bigger than your average bachelor apartment. That's what Jacques Cousteau's grandson, Fabien Cousteau, and five others are doing in Aquarius, the world's last undersea research lab. They went down June...
I Skyped with Jacques Cousteau's Grandson on the Bottom of the Ocean
Fabien Cousteau, grandson of famed marine explorer and conservationist Jacques Cousteau, is four days into a 31-day stint in an underwater NOAA research base in the Florida Keys that would top his grandfather's underwater record by one day. Read more...
Fabien Cousteau, grandson of Jacques, is planning to spend 31 days underwater, beating his grandfather's record by one day while also celebrating Jacques Cousteau's research. Read the rest
Mission 31 is Now LIVE online Fabien Cousteau http://t.co/oTliUpJkvQ pic.twitter.com/J1jFdYtN7G — Carlos Gavina (@CGShark) June 1, 2014 Fabien Cousteau (grandson of Jacques) and five other ocean scientists are spending 31 days living...Show More Summary
In 1963, famed oceanographer Jacques Cousteau set a record by spending 30 days underwater. Now his grandson hopes to top it.
Fabien Cousteau and a crew of five headed down to the underwater laboratory Aquarius, just off the Florida Keys, on Sunday. He and his team intend to stay submerged until July 2.
Fabien Cousteau, grandson of famed ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau, has embarked on a 31-day underwater expedition in the Florida Keys, where he will live 60 feet below the ocean's surface. "Mission 31" builds on the legacy of Conshelf...Show More Summary
Fabien Cousteau, grandson of famed ocean explorer Jacques Cousteau, to live 18 metres underwater for 31 days.
Legendary oceanographer Jacques Cousteau passed away 17 years ago but his legacy and his family name live on. Today, his 46 year old grandson, Fabian Cousteau will venture below the sea in an underwater laboratory called Aquarius with the goal of living there for 31 days. According to Reuters, the cylindrical 43-foot Aquarius is the