China’s unmanned submersible sets new national record

China’s unmanned submersible has dived to a depth of 10,767 metres at the world’s deepest ocean point, setting a new record for the country to enable it to explore ocean beds for minerals and other natural resources.

This dive created a new record for China that also helps the country to enable it to explore ocean beds for minerals and other natural resources. The submersible named Haidou-1 set the record at the Mariana Trench in the West Pacific, the deepest area in the world, during a scientific expedition carried out between June 22 and August 12.
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Source – Business Standard




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