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Ocean Explores Past & Present

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Ocean Explores Past & Present
James Cameron
Kathryn Mitchell & Kristin Rynearson
Deepsea Challenger
The Deep sea Challenger is 24 feet tall ,sleek and narrow. The Deep sea Challenger is broken up into 3 main sections the beam, a strong structural core ,and the biggest part is a special kind of foam used for floating. The Deep sea Challenger had arms to collect fish and rocks.
Ship Akademik was home base for all divers and crew members. Mir 1 & Mir 2 were 2 deep diving submersibles that were able to descend 20,00 feet. ROV Jake & Elwood went in the Titanic to gather visual evidence with cameras and a 2,000 foot cable.
James Cameron explored the Titanic from 2001 to 2005.
He used the Akademik (ship) and other vehicles to explore the Titanic.
James Cameron was born august 19, 1954 and is still alive to this very day.
They went down to the Abyss to see what was down there and discover what types of and marine life there is.
"When I was young, Titanic was a legend, a myth. It wasn't until I saw it with my own eyes that it became real. It was a real event the happened to real people."
-James Cameron, Director
The beginning goals for the expedition was to go back down to see what other things that were down there, Get samples, and not imploding. Their goals were meet successfully.
The Titanic, North Atlantic Ocean

Refrences
http://www.deepseachallenge.com/
https://www.whoi.edu/news-release/DC_DeepseaChallenger
https://www.deepseachallenger.com/the-team/James-Cameron/
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2012/03/26/what-exactly-did-james-cameron-find-in-the-deepest-ocean-trench/

James Cameron conducted the exploration down the Mariana Trench in the Pacific ocean.
James Cameron wanted to go to the very bottom of the Mariana Trench to see the organisms and creatures down there.
Once James Cameron got to the bottom of the Mariana trench he found nothing but dark isolation.
As the second person to go down to the Titanic and the Mariana Trench , James Cameron really didn't find anything new that we already know.
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