Mission31

STEM Coordinator
Fabian Cousteau - Mission 31
Join us LIVE on Monday, June 23 8:30 to 10:15 AM MST as students will be introduced to the wonders of the deep ocean as well as the challenges of living under the sea for 31 days. Together, we will explore the inland ocean connection, and how each of us play a part in ocean conservation from a mile high. There is an opportunity for in class visits and webinars with marine biologist and ecologist prior to the culminating event, connecting with Aquarius for a mission update and the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the aquanauts.

Mission31 News

About 2,000 St. Vrain Valley summer school students, along with students in several other countries, took a virtual tour Monday morning of an underwater research lab and asked questions of mission leader Fabien Cousteau.

The Weather Channel Video - Mission 31 A Month Underwater

Don't miss the opportunity to know what it is like to live under the sea!Click on the following link to Register for the June 23rd St. Vrain / Mission 31 LIVE Event.

Fabien Cousteau is an oceanographic explorer, conservationist and documentary filmmaker.

Breaking new ground in ocean exploration and honoring the 50th anniversary of the monumental legacy left by Fabien’s grandfather Jacques-Yves Cousteau who is credited with creating the first ocean floor habitats for humans and leading a team of ocean explorers on the first atte

Connect with Fabian Cousteau, the grandson of the world famous Jacque Cousteau, and his science team Mission 31, during their world record 31-day stay in Aquarius, an underwater scientific research lab located off the Florida Keys.

Mission31 Projects

Thousands of students from 12 countries around the world took part in the St. Vrain - Mission 31 Webinar.

In addition to engaging students worldwide through online conferencing and social net- works, Mission 31 is offering a curriculum that adher

Since 1993, America's "Inner Space Station," Aquarius has helped us better understand our Oceans and train NASA astronauts for

For over five years, Teens4Oceans has been working with View into the Blue (former