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.

Image: DEEPSEA CHALLENGER sub

Image: DEEPSEA CHALLENGER sub

DeepSea Challenger

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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).

The first explorers to descend to the deepest part of the ocean were Don Walsh and Jacques Piccard in the bathyscaphe Trieste, January 23, 1960. 52 years later, James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenger journeyed to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, nearly 7 miles below sea level. Photograph courtesy of the U.S. Navy

The first explorers to descend to the deepest part of the ocean were Don Walsh and Jacques Piccard in the bathyscaphe Trieste, January 52 years later, James Cameron’s DEEPSEA CHALLENGER journeyed to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, nearly.

Deepsea Challenger

Designers James Cameron and Ron Allum envisioned DEEPSEA CHALLENGER as a sleek underwater rocket ship to dive fast and ascend faster, allowing for more time to explore the deep seafloor.

DEEPSEA CHALLENGE: James Cameron exploring the Mariana Trench in this high tech submersible. Really interested to see what samples and images they are able to bring back.

DEEPSEA CHALLENGE: James Cameron exploring the Mariana Trench in this high tech submersible. Really interested to see what samples and images they are able to bring back.

The First Test of the Deepsea Challenger

Images: Cameron's Dive to Earth's Deepest Spot

Avatar director James Cameron is preparing for an attempt to be first human being in 50 years to visit the deepest point on Earth – the bottom of the Mariana Trench, seven miles down in the Pacific.

Deepsea Challenger: James Cameron To Dive The Mariana Trench

Deepsea Challenge: James Cameron To Dive The Mariana Trench

Deepsea Challenger Ocean Depth| #newspaper #editorialdesign #infographic

Deepsea Challenger Ocean Depth| #newspaper #editorialdesign #infographic

James Cameron's Deepsea Challenger

Sub reaches Earth's deepest place

Professor Kosuke Heki of Hokkaido University in Japan believes he has found a way to predict earthquakes.

Pictures We Love: A Selfie in Space and a Trip to the Bottom of the Sea - James Cameron designed his own sub, the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER, to take him down to the Mariana Trench.

Pictures We Love: A Selfie in Space and a Trip to the Bottom of the Sea - James Cameron designed his own sub, the DEEPSEA CHALLENGER, to take him down to the Mariana Trench.

James Cameron hits the world's floor -- and returns  The director pilots a submersible to the ocean's deepest point in the Mariana Trench, becoming the first person to make the nearly 7-mile dive alone. Naturally, a 3D film is in the works.

James Cameron hits the world's floor -- and returns

James Cameron dives to the bottom of the ocean in the Deepsea Challenger Submersible with a prototype Rolex Deepsea Challenge watch on it.

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