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Image : WHOI Science Mission to Study Deepwater Horizon Spill Using Mass Spectrometry and AUV Sentry

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yoerger and camilli
WHOI scientists Rich Camilli (left) and Dana Yoerger have spearheaded efforts to give more autonomy to the autonomous underwater vehicle Sentry. Yoerger, who helped lead the development of the deep-sea robot, has been working closely with Camilli to integrate his TETHYS underwater mass spectrometer into Sentry as a payload sensor, enabling chemical measurements to be used as a guidance system for the vehicle.
(Photo by Chris Reddy, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

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