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Credit: Advanced Imaging and Visualization Lab, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
The hybrid remotely operated vehicle (ROV) called Nereus (shown here) has been tasked with exploring the deepest parts of the Earth's ocean where pressure…Read More »









can be as great as 16,000 pounds per square inch. It has explored the world's deepest trench, the Marianas Trench, and the second-deepest trench, the Kermadec Trench.   Less «
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