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    After almost one year delay the Seahunter is back at work on the Jupiter wreck. Amelia Research is also out there with the Polly-L. You can see real time images of Jupiter Inlet from the web-cam:

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http://www.evsjupiter.com/main.htm.
Here is a pic from last weekend:

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