Winners of Mission 31 Lumia photo competition join aquanauts off Key Largo

Aquatic explorer Fabien Cousteau, grandson of the legendary Jacques-Yves Cousteau, and his team of aquanauts set off June 1 on Mission 31 to live and work underwater for 31 days at some 65 feet below the ocean’s surface just off Key Largo. The crew is using Lumia devices to record and capture images from the mission. Now they’re being joined by Garnik Sevoyan and Emir Dzumhur, who impressed Cousteau enough with their photographic work to invite them to join the aquanauts in their underwater Aquarius research lab.

Sevoyan’s winning entry in the Mission 31 competition is the video shared above, and Dzumhur’s photo is below.


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Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff