DEEPSEA CHALLENGE: James Cameron exploring the Mariana Trench in this high tech submersible. Really interested to see what samples and images they are able to bring back.

DEEPSEA CHALLENGE: James Cameron exploring the Mariana Trench in this high tech submersible. Really interested to see what samples and images they are able to bring back.

Image: DEEPSEA CHALLENGER sub

Image: DEEPSEA CHALLENGER sub

Deepsea Challenger Sub Paper Model project is called Deepsea Challenge. The sub itself is named Deepsea Challenger or DVC-1. DVC-1 was developed secretly for 8 years in Australia. On 25 March 2012 it carried James Cameron to the bottom of the Challenger Deep, the floor of Mariana Trench, the deepest soil on earth known to man.     - created by paper-replika

Deepsea Challenger Sub Paper Model project is called Deepsea Challenge. The sub itself is named Deepsea Challenger or DVC-1. DVC-1 was developed secretly for 8 years in Australia. On 25 March 2012 it carried James Cameron to the bottom of the Challenger Deep, the floor of Mariana Trench, the deepest soil on earth known to man. - created by paper-replika

James Cameron back on surface after deepest ocean dive - BBC News

James Cameron back on surface after deepest ocean dive

James Cameron back on surface after deepest ocean dive - BBC News

The iDEEPSEA CHALLENGER/i submersible was the centerpiece of DEEPSEA CHALLENGE, a joint scientific project by explorer and filmmaker James Cameron, the National Geographic Society and Rolex to conduct deep-ocean research. Cameron has donated the vessel to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts.

The iDEEPSEA CHALLENGER/i submersible was the centerpiece of DEEPSEA CHALLENGE, a joint scientific project by explorer and filmmaker James Cameron, the National Geographic Society and Rolex to conduct deep-ocean research. Cameron has donated the vessel to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts.

Deepsea Challenger     Source: Scripps Institution of Oceanography / University of California, San Diego press release

Deepsea Challenger Source: Scripps Institution of Oceanography / University of California, San Diego press release

Deepsea Challenger (DCV 1) is a 7.3 metres (24 ft) deep-diving submersible designed to reach the bottom of Challenger Deep, the deepest know...

Deepsea Challenger (DCV 1) is a 7.3 metres (24 ft) deep-diving submersible designed to reach the bottom of Challenger Deep, the deepest know...

Deepsea Challenger- Onward and Downward

Deepsea Challenger- Onward and Downward

At 24 feet long, the submersible vehicle the Deepsea Challenger was designed to descend faster than more rotund submersibles.

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