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Plenty of astronauts practice spacewalks in the water, but a crew currently living in an underwater lab plans to introduce a surprising twist to its aquatic excursions: They will create a 10-minute communications delay with Mission Control, simulating what speaking with people on Earth could be like in deep space.
Agency spokeswoman Becky Herrin says Gary Lanier, 45, of Kenvil, N.J., was on a dive trip with his two children, ages 15 and 18, at the Spiegel Grove wreck with Blue Water Divers out of Key Largo.
The legally blind Korean War veteran had to don scuba gear and dive nearly two dozen feet below the surface to meet up with his old pal, the Christ of the Abyss statute in John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park in Key Largo.
It's hot. It's humid. And just the thought of lighting up the barbecue grill causes sweat to drip from your brow.
Eric Jones and Richard Rodriguez paddle their entry during the 2012 Anything That Floats regatta.
A Key Largo man accused of setting a building fire in a suicide attempt now faces two counts of attempted murder.
Upper Keys residents and federal engineers look over new topographic maps of the Florida Keys Monday in Key Largo as part of a study to create highly detailed flood-insurance maps.
A former attorney for Cay Clubs Resorts and Marinas has been sued by a Fort Myers lawyer who accuses him of civil fraud for seizing control of her firm.
Obviously lush flowers and a gorgeous venue are some of the elements of a beautiful wedding, but picture-perfect decor doesn't ensure an epic party.
The Florida Department of Transportation began negotiations this week with an embattled Key Largo business owner days after the state agency took away seven of her parking spaces in its ongoing campaign to reclaim rights of way along U.S. 1. Harriette Mattson, owner of Harriette's Restaurant at mile marker 95.7, said her meeting Wednesday with FDOT ... (more)
Retired Petty Officer 2nd Class Stephen Dombroski-Ferguson and Florida Bay Outfitter's guide Michael Heinritz stand together before going paddling.
Four astronauts who will be living 62 feet below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean will be available to answer that question and more during satellite interviews from inside an underwater habitat from 8 to 8:45 a.m. EDT Wednesday, July 23. The crew members of the NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations 18 project, which begins Monday, July 21, ... (more)
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