James Cameron will indeed soon plunge to the bottom of the world's oceans in the Mariana Trench. This is stated in a joint press release of the famous director and National Geographic TV channel, who will take part in the project.
To dive to a depth of 11.2 kilometers, a device designed by Cameron's order will be used, capable of for a long time withstand the monstrous pressure of water.
The Deepsea Challenge, the first in a series of deep sea dives, aims to collect scientific materials and shoot a stereoscopic documentary. It is quite possible that the director uses the knowledge gained during the movieing of the Sivel `` Avatar ''. The mission promo video is available here.
Successful tests of James Cameron's bathyscaphe have already been carried out in the Papua New Guinea area. The device sank to a depth of eight kilometers.
Recall that the first and last dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench was carried out on January 23, 1960 with the help of the USS Trieste submersible.
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