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Join us LIVE! 

Want to hang out in the frozen Arctic with us…from the cozy comfort of your couch?

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November 20 at 11:00am PST/2:00pm EST, 40 minutes: This one is for EVERYONE! Join us from home or take a break at work for a sneak peek into what we’re up to on the Sikuliaq. This one will be driven by your curiosity – what do you want to know? You’ll be able to ask us questions in real time using the Live Chat feature.


To tune in: Sign up on our Facebook event page to tell us you’re coming. Then, on November 20, simply follow this youtube link (you can also find it on Facebook and our website) to be LIVE with us on the ship.

Want to hang out in the frozen Arctic with us…from the cozy comfort of your couch?

We hosted THREE live stream events from aboard the Sikuliaq in November 2019. 

We shared the really cool autonomous technology the team used to capture data and what life is like aboard a big ship in an Arctic winter. If you missed them, all three of the videos are below! 

November 20  

11:00am PST/2:00pm EST

1 hour

So fun! Jim takes the live watchers on a tour of the science labs and out onto deck in the frigid dark arctic day. He also chats with some of the other scientists onboard about what they're working on, and answers questions coming in from the live chat. 

November 19  

10:00am PST/1:00pm EST

30-45 minutes

The classrooms were so much fun! On this live stream, hosted by Exploring by the Seat of your Pants, we got to talk to students all over North America about the work Jim is doing in the Arctic. We showed them some of the technology we use and took them outside to see the ice (and the dark!) They asked great questions for a fun conversation. You can watch it on youtube anytime. 

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November 13  

11:00am PST/2:00pm EST

40 minutes

We had a great live stream conversation from the Sikuliaq (after a short internet outage at the beginning, so it goes up in the Arctic!). Jim talked about why we are up here and the cool autonomous technology he is using to take measurements. 

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