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Submarine makes deepest dive ever and find a plastic bag on the seabed
Environment The American adventurer Victor Vescovo on april 28, the record of the deepest dive by a manned submarine has ever broken. That shares its organization Five Deeps today. He descended nearly seven miles down in the marianas trench: the deepest known spot on the ocean. He discovered not only new life but found to his dismay a plastic bag and candy wrappers.

The descent happened with the submarine, the Limiting Factor, a duikbootje 4.6 metres long and 3.7 metres high, in which up to two people can sit. The device has a 9-inch thick hull of titanium that the enormous pressure at such depths can resist.

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Limiting Factor fell between april 28 and may 7, a total of five times in the trough. Vescovo took two solo runs for his account and went one time in the company of a scientist down. The other two dives were cared for by other specialists of his team. the

“It's almost indescribable how excited we all are about what we have achieved,” says the 53-year-old man. “I think that it is a natural tendency of people is to push the limits. He is a wonderful part of our human nature that we can be ourselves to the fullest, want to drive and that has helped us as a species to achieve what we are now.”

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