Filmmaker James Cameron Completes Journey to the Bottom of the OCEAN!

This would be such an amazing thing to do🙂

Photography + Science = Chanel

There has been only 3 living souls that have completed the trip to the bottom alien realm of the sea: 2 Naval men in 1960, and now award-winning director James Cameron. For the first time in 50 years, Mr. Cameron completed the epic journey to the deepest part of the entire globe: The Mariana trench.  James went on the solo-expedition in a very state of the art one-manned submarine (pictures below!). If you don’t know where exactly the deepest seabed in the world is- let me show you on the map below- it even shows where the deepest part of the trench is located (Challenger Deep) where Mr. Cameron explored.

The trench is 6.8 miles deep (11km), and it took Cameron about 2 hours and 36  mins to completely descend to the bottom- and 70 mins to ascend. He spent hours maneuvering around the unexplored depths of the trench checking out new species…

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One Response to Filmmaker James Cameron Completes Journey to the Bottom of the OCEAN!

  1. Chanel Hason says:

    Thanks for the re-blog🙂 It is a truly amazing accomplishment! Good job NatGeo and James!

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