Just how deep in the deepest point in the ocean? Here's a handy guide mapping James Cameron's descent to the Challenger Deep back in March.

James Cameron's Deep Sea Dive, Diagrammed

Just how deep in the deepest point in the ocean? Here's a handy guide mapping James Cameron's descent to the Challenger Deep back in March.

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Someone give that man a Bells! The submarine is too awesome! It looks like Kermit the frog meets WALL-E

Into the Deep: James Cameron's Mariana Trench Dive #Infographic

Into the Deep: James Cameron's Mariana Trench Dive (Infographic)

Into the Deep: James Cameron's Mariana Trench Dive (Infographic) Karl Tate, OurAmazingPlanet Contributor

Record-Breaking Mariana Trench Dive - James Cameron's Deep Ocean Dive, Diagrammed - Popular Mechanics

James Cameron's Deep Sea Dive, Diagrammed

Just how deep in the deepest point in the ocean? Here& a handy guide mapping James Cameron& descent to the Challenger Deep back in March.

A detailed 3D reenactment of the Titanic by James Cameron

New Detailed Reconstruction of Titanic's Sinking Narrated By James Cameron

James Cameron has directed the top two highest grossing movies of all time, Titanic and Avatar shattered records. In his spare time he explores the deepest parts of the ocean in his private submarine. How was your week?

♌ Director James Cameron 2009 Avatar 1997 Titanic 1994 True Lies 1991 Terminator Judgment Day 1989 The Abyss 1986 Aliens 1984 The Terminator

Though it seemed like a pretty piece of fiction created by James Cameron, it turns out that there was a diamond and sapphire necklace on board that fatal night, given to a young girl, Kate Florence Phillips, 20, by her married paramour, Henry Samuel Morley, 40.

Though it seemed like a pretty piece of fiction created by James Cameron, it…

Graphic: Voyage to the bottom of the Mariana Trench  At a depth of 11,034 metres, the Mariana Trench is the lowest point on the surface of the Earth’s crust. And it’s become the focus of an inner-space race between filmmaker James Cameron and Sir Richard Branson

Graphic: Voyage to the bottom of the Mariana Trench At a depth of metres, the Mariana Trench is the lowest point on the surface of the Earth’s crust. And it’s become the focus of an inner-space race between filmmaker James Cameron and Sir Richard Branson

Deepsea Challenger is a vertical submersible which will carry James Cameron solo to a 6.8 mile deep depression in the Pacific Ocean's Mariana Trench. This shot shows the sub in tests off Papua New Guinea in March. from National Geographic News. Photo by Mark Thiessen, National Geographic. #Deepsea_Challenger #James_Cameron #Mariana_Trench #Mark_Thiessen

The Deepsea Challenger submersible begins its first test dive off the coast of Papua New Guinea. The sub, carrying James Cameron, descended to the deepest part of the Mariana Trench, at a cavernous depth of miles km).

On March 26, Cameron reached the Challenger Deep, the deepest part of the Mariana Trench. He spent more than three hours exploring the ocean floor before returning to the surface. Cameron is the first person to accomplish the trip solo...

On March Cameron reached the Challenger Deep, the deepest part of the Mariana Trench. He spent more than three hours exploring the ocean floor before returning to the surface. Cameron is the first person to accomplish the trip solo.

Extrapolating: Though previous expeditions, like that of film-maker James Cameron, said that they did not see human remains, others feel that it is obvious that the victims bodies were there at one point

Haunting pictures of boots and a coat at Titanic wreck site illustrate the human cost of the tragedy 100 years after ship sank

University of Rhode Island/NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration, shows The remains of a coat and boots, articulated in the mud on the sea bed near Titanic's stern, are suggestive evidence of where a victim of the disaster came to rest.

10,908 pixels for 10,908 metres. Discover how the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER submersible, piloted by  film-maker and explorer James Cameron, descended 10,908 metres (35,787 feet) to the deepest point in the world's oceans carrying an experimental divers' watch, the Rolex Deepsea Challenge, on its robotic manipulator arm. #Exploration #Deepsea #RolexOfficial Seen at R C Wahl Jewelers

The dial of the new Rolex Deepsea celebrates one man's journey to the deepest place on earth. Discover the Spirit of the Rolex Deepsea.

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