Look closely and you will see black and white eyes in these fish eggs. Marine life commonly use cables and instruments left in the sea as substrates to live and grow on, and these were found off Martha's Vineyard during a study of the dynamics of the shallow inner shelf. MIT/WHOI Joint Program graduate student Rachel Horwitz recently wrote an article about it for Oceanus magazine. (Photo by Rachel Horwitz, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
The Museum of Science in Boston partnered with the Oceanographic to create an exhibit about Alvin, which includes a detailed model of the sub's 2012 redesign. It is on display in the Current Science and Technology Center.