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In 1579, the English sea captain and privateer Sir Francis Drake sought shelter for his crew and tall sailing ship, the Golden Hind, around the headland during the second expedition to circumnavigate the world in a single trip.
In 1778, the British naval officer Captain George Vancouver named the headland Cape Gregory, in honor of Saint Gregory. Captain Vancouver is known for the 1791–1798 expedition to explore and chart the Pacific Northwest.
The headland was renamed Cape Arago after François Arago, a French mathematician, astronomer, and physicist who discovered magnetism, the wave theory of light, and helped in research that led to the laws of light polarization.
CoosBayWebCam is located along Cape Arago Highway (i.e., State Route 540) halfway between the Historic Empire District and the fishing village of Charleston. This road comes to an end at Cape Arago State Park.
CoosBayWebCam is currently powered by a StarDot NetCam XL 3 MegaPixel (4)~8mm, (90°)–47° wide-angle lens and is enclosed in a light-duty weatherproof enclosure.
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