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Thousands have climbed Mount Everest, and a handful of people have walked on the moon. But reaching the lowest part of the ocean? Only three people have ever done that, and one was a U. Navy submariner. At 35, feet below sea level, its bottom is called the Challenger Deep — the deepest point known on Earth.
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Ships & Technology used during the Titanic Expeditions - Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
NCBI Bookshelf. Since its arrival at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in June , the manned submersible Alvin has gone from a scientific oddity to an accepted research tool. Over its year history, the deep submergence program at Woods Hole has experienced four distinct phases. Its initial design and introduction into the oceanographic community was driven, like all new paradigms, by a small core of scientists and engineers who saw the unique contribution that a manned presence on the ocean floor could make to marine research.
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Expeditions by Year
NOAA Ocean Exploration supports research expeditions to explore previously unvisited areas of the ocean. We provide partnership coordination, funding, staff, tools, and expertise needed to develop mission plans that deliver rigorous, systematic observations and documentation of biological, chemical, physical, geological, and archaeological aspects of the ocean. Follow NOAA Ocean Exploration-supported expeditions, including those on NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer , while they are underway or trace the activities and discoveries of past expeditions by clicking on the expedition-specific links below. For each expedition, you'll find information ranging from expedition plans and feature stories, to educational materials and expedition daily updates, videos, and images.
The dream of building a manned deep ocean research submersible first started to move toward reality on February 29, From this beginning the community eventually obtained the Trieste bathyscaphe, but it was quite large and not very maneuverable—a better craft was needed. In the spring of , after unsuccessful negotiations with various submersible builders to rent a sub, Vine and others at Woods Hole requested bids to build a small submersible based on drawings made by Bud Froehlich for a vehicle he called the Seapup. No one at that time knew the true capabilities of the spheres, so they built three for redundancy. One was to be tested to destruction in February , and plexiglass windows were installed by Southwest Research Institute.