mariana trench

A plastic bag was found at a depth of almost 36,000 feet in the Mariana Trench. Scientists say it's the world's deepest known piece of plastic trash.
As a young boy, I used to look at the stars and wonder about the adventures of people like Neil Armstrong. Years later, as
It's unbelievably mind-blowing to realize the sea is much deeper than even the loftiest part of land above sea level.
Here's what scientists recorded 7 miles beneath the surface of the ocean.
“This really deep fish did not look like anything we had seen before, nor does it look like anything we know of," said research
An international team of researchers led by two University of Hawaii scientists took part in an expedition to Mariana Trench, the deepest part of the world’s oceans and found something fantastic.
We explored outward to the moon and outer space at the end of the 20th century, but we entered the 21st century managing to overlook this continent-size frontier right on our own planet.
But there’s another option: glass. Sand grains — usually made of silicon dioxide, the main constituent of glass — withstand
"It's surprising there was so much bacterial activity," said Ronnie Glud, of the University of Southern Denmark and lead
In 1960, Don Walsh -- accompanied by fellow explorer Jacques Piccard -- became the first person to venture to the deepest part of the ocean, approximately 35,798 feet into the Mariana Trench located in the Western Pacific Ocean.
Once over the trench, the science team worked around the clock to get their samples and data from the depths where the water
Cameron's achievements within exploration are a reminder that in an era of technological advancement there are still many new frontiers left to be explored.
China has announced that it is ready to send a manned submersible 23,000 feet (7,000 meters) down in the ocean, a trip that
Barely a month after filmmaker James Cameron piloted a newfangled submersible to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, audiences
James Cameron's deep-diving team has been keeping busy. Scientists aboard the expedition's vessel say the submersible has