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The “Struggle” bottomed out again and reached the deepest point of the Te Amandina Trench for the first time – Teller Report

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News from IT House on January 25, according to CCTV news reports, the “Explorer No. 1” scientific research ship carried the “Struggle” full-sea deep manned submersible, and on January 22 it was at the deepest point of the Temandina Trench. Successfully recovered after completing deep dive operations.This is the first time in human history that the deepest point of the trench has been reached.

Data show that the Te Amandina Trench is the second deepest trench in the Indian Ocean.The deepest point is 8047 meterslocated 1125 kilometers west-southwest of Perth, Australia.

IT Home learned that in June 2020, my country’s 10,000-meter manned submersible was officially named “Struggle”.On November 10 of the same year, the “Struggle”Successfully landed in the Mariana Trench with a depth of 10,909 meters.

The “Struggle” at the bottom of the Te Amandina TrenchA large number of iron-manganese nodules were found. As of January 22, the “Struggle” manned submersible has made a total of 159 dives, including 25 dives at the 10,000-meter level.

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