The Advanced Tech

Using the drone, researchers supervised the Remus 6000 underwater. This underwater technology used sonars and cameras to locate the desired things that stay hidden under the surface of the water. And this discovery was hidden 2,000 feet under. If the team wouldn’t have Remus 6000, there was no way they could have found it. Then they saw something…

Now, What’s That?

While they were exploring the waters, Remus 6000 sensed something on the radar and it was Jeff Kaeli, a research engineer with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. At first, Jeff ignored it because he thought it might be a fish that hid under the sand to attack other fishes, but later it was something else entirely. Their life was about to change.

The Institution

The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) was founded in 1930 in Woods Hole, Massachusetts. This independent organization is one of the largest institutions in the world that is working in the field of marine science and engineering. This team was from this same institution that was able to crack the mystery that people spoke about for centuries.

The Purpose

As this organization has been working in the field of marine science and engineering, this institution’s agenda includes, geological activity happening in the depth of the sea and earth which includes plant, animal, and microbial populations. Their purpose is to find out how these organisms interact in the ocean, coastal erosion, ocean circulation, ocean pollution, and global climate change. But this discovery proved that they are more than this.

In the Bunk

Reemus 6000 was busy with the task while one of the team members guided it towards the spotted thing. Looking at the screen Jeff was very much intrigued with the process. He wasn’t even sure if he would discover something this big but somehow the team was in the right place at the right time. Slowly, things started to become clear. Everybody was stunned because it’s not every day you discover things like these.

Jaw Dropped

Jeff recalls the moment when he was watching the exploration live on the screen, “I just sat there for about 10 minutes and smiled,” said Kaeli, who was smiling on his luck. He wasn’t there but he was still living the moment which was adventurous in itself. When Reemus 6000 was recording everything Jeff was staring at bronze cannons that were carved with dolphins. These dolphins were the evidence that the long lost ship Spanish galleon, San Jose was now has been officially discovered. But still, they haven’t found that one thing which they were looking for.