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15.02.2012

Maschinen für den Tiefsee-Rausch

Bisher waren zwölf Menschen auf dem Mond, aber nur zwei haben den tiefsten Punkt der Erde gesehen. 50 Jahre später will Richard Branson das ändern. Ein Vorhaben, mit dem er aber nicht alleine ist.

Maschinen für den Tiefsee-Rausch

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STG01 - 20030420 - SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, SPAIN : The robot "Nereus IV" is lowered from the cable ship "Teneo" into the sea off Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, at the start of exploration works following the oil spill caused by sunken oil tanker "Presti

KYODO NEWSThe worlds deepest-diving submarine, Kaiko, is lowered into the water off the coast of Japan in this undated photo. Kaiko, which entered the record books in 1995 by diving 10,911.4 meters (36,008 feet, or 6.8 miles) to the bottom of the Challeng

AP** FILE ** An undated file photo shows Swiss oceanographer Jacques Piccard, son of physicist Auguste Piccard, with his pocket-submarine "F. A. Forel" on the lake of Geneva, Switzerland. Jacques Piccard, one of the last great explorers of the 20th centur

Jaques Piccard

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AP** FILE ** Chicago millionaire Steve Fosset is shown before taking off in the ICO Global Challenge at the Marrakech Military base in this Dec. 18, 1998, file photo in Morocco. Fossett, this eras Phileas Fogg, wants to do something not even the "Around t

APFILE - In an August 1996 photo, the port bow railing of the RMS Titanic lies in 12,600 feet of water about 400 miles east of Nova Scotia as part of a joint scientific and recovery expedition sponsored by the Discovery Channel and RMS Titantic. The first

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