A foggy transit as we moved out of Southern California sunny skies into the central coast toward Monterey Bay. This was a 20-hour transit and the Captain allowed us to go forward to the bow of the boat as it was moving – a rare treat. We had fun with some photos and anticipating when to cover our ears for the loud blast of a fog horn ever minute.
Did you know that fog can be considered a low-lying cloud? It is a collection of tiny water droplets and ice crystals suspended in the air near the Earth’s surface. In this case it was water vapor condensing in cold air over a warmer water body.
ROV Pilot Buzz plays Rose from Titanic as Melinda, a Science Intern, plays Jack.