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This is the circuitboard that operates the glider and runs the programs the scientists send it. It's basically a computer without the plastic case, keyboard, or monitor. Eli spotted a suspicious bubble of liquid next to the tiny transparent jar in the center of the upper board. This is the attitude sensor, which tells whether the glider is tilted side to side or front to back. Dr. Kohut is looking at it a bit more closely to see if it's the cause of the problem.

Josh Kohut Elected as Vice President of Education for Marine Technology Society

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About Josh Josh Kohut, PhD, MTS Fellow, graduated cum laude in 1997 with a B.S. in physics from the College of Charleston and earned his Ph.D. in physical oceanography from…

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