We finished deploying all 42 (err, now 39) receivers at 10:55 AM and then headed 10 nautical miles up the profile so that when we turned back around to tow SUESI down the line, we would be getting nice deep-sensing long offset CSEM data on the first receiver. SUESI was in the water and transmitting by just past 2 PM, and the rest of the day has quite peaceful and relaxing, including sunny skies and a pod of whales spouting about a kilometer from the ship most of the evening. Jupiter is visible just about the horizon again too. Photos and a video from today below.
SUESI being deployed for our second profile. We start deep-towing in the shallower water on the continental shelf and so unfortunately the visibility is a bit low compared to the deep ocean receiver deployment video I posted yesterday.