Powered by state-of-the-art renewable energy technology, it will carry a series of research pods that will include acoustic, nutrient and temperature sensors, along with water and air samplers. This will not only create a picture of ocean conditions and mammal behaviour right across the Atlantic, but pave the way for ground-breaking research into ocean conditions, marine pollution and conservation, and autonomous navigation . .
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