James Cameron returns from historic submarine dive to Mariana Trench Director James Cameron returned safely to the surface on Monday after entering the history books as the first solo diver to reach the depths of the Mariana Trench. The filmmaker, whose 1997 blockbuster "Titanic" won 11 Oscars, has now embarked on 72 underwater journeys. "I felt like I, in the space of one day, had [...] James Cameron's epic Mariana Trench dive to be the subject of 3D documentary Movie director James Cameron has returned from his historic dive down into the Mariana Trench — Earth's deepest known underwater point. Cameron's solo trip was made possible using an Australian-built submarine named Deepsea Challenger, and the project has been sponsored by among others, The National Geographic Foundation and the filmmaker himself. Mariana Trench Expedition Peers Deep into Earth Getting to the Mariana Trench, the deepest place on Earth, has captured humanity's imagination for decades — even more so in recent weeks, with news that director James Cameron is on the verge of taking only the second trip in history to the mysterious darkness nearly 7 miles (11 kilometers) beneath the ocean surface. James Cameron completes Mariana Trench Dive setting new Record Movie Director James Cameron beat Richard Branson in the Mariana Trench Dive. James Cameron's submarine needed about 2 and half hours to decent to the deepest spot on earth. The Mariana Trench is 6.8... Mariana Trench work peers deep into Earth Getting to the Mariana Trench, the deepest place on Earth, has captured humanity's imagination for decades — even more so in recent weeks, with news that director James Cameron is on the verge of taking only the second trip in history to the mysterious darkness nearly 7 miles (11 kilometers) beneath the ocean surface. Why James Cameron was forced to surface early James Cameron described the Mariana Trench as "very lunar, a very desolate place, very isolated." His six hour trip was cut in half by hydraulic problems. James Cameron succeeds in Mariana Trench dive Hollywood director surfaces after making the world's second ever descent to the deepest point of Earth's oceans The Hollywood director James Cameron has completed his submarine journey to the Mariana Trench, the deepest point of Earth's oceans. The director of Titanic and Avatar used a specially designed submarine to dive nearly seven miles (11km). He spent time exploring and filming the trench ... Mariana Trench diving; North Korea missile test; Robert Bales's wife speaks Director-turned-deep-sea-explorer James Cameron traveled deep into the ocean, completing the first solo version of Jacques Piccard and Don Walsh 's record-breaking dive and surfacing to tell the tale Monday morning. Cameron dove 35,756 feet into the Mariana Trench in a one-man submersible, the Deepsea Challenger. Read full article >> James Cameron surfaces from Mariana Trench dive Earlier today, Avatar director and explorer James Cameron surfaced from the Mariana Trench , the first human to have done so in over 50 years, and the first to go solo into the deepest point in the ocean. The Mariana Trench is 1803 kilometers east of Davao Oriental (360 kilometers southwest of Guam), marking the eastern edge of the Philippine Sea Plate where it converges with the Pacific Plate ... 'Titanic' director James Cameron emerges after dive to Mariana Trench 'Titanic' and 'Avatar' director James Cameron has returned to the surface after diving to the Mariana Trench – the deepest point of the Pacific Ocean.
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