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...

Cross Curricular!!  The whole reason to do the JSAT program.  This is a project to build prototypes of sub.  Research, reflection, bunch of hands on, labs, math, multi-media-= gonna try it!

Cross Curricular!! The whole reason to do the JSAT program. This is a project to build prototypes of sub. Research, reflection, bunch of hands on, labs, math, multi-media-= gonna try it!

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

Deepsea Challenger is a vertical submersible which will carry James Cameron solo to a 6.8 mile deep depression in the Pacific Ocean's Mariana Trench. This shot shows the sub in tests off Papua New Guinea in March. from National Geographic News. Photo by Mark Thiessen, National Geographic. #Deepsea_Challenger #James_Cameron #Mariana_Trench #Mark_Thiessen

Deepsea Challenger is a vertical submersible which will carry James Cameron solo to a 6.8 mile deep depression in the Pacific Ocean's Mariana Trench. This shot shows the sub in tests off Papua New Guinea in March. from National Geographic News. Photo by Mark Thiessen, National Geographic. #Deepsea_Challenger #James_Cameron #Mariana_Trench #Mark_Thiessen

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Deepsea Challenger- Onward and Downward

Deepsea Challenger- Onward and Downward

At nearly seven miles below the water's surface, the Mariana Trench is the deepest spot in Earth's oceans. And the site north of Guam is where director and explorer James Cameron fulfilled a longtime goal of reaching the bottom in a manned craft.

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