Pioneering Scientist Journeys 1000m Deep In Antarctica – #OurBluePlanet

Pioneering Scientist Journeys 1000m Deep In Antarctica
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Pioneering Scientist Journeys 1000m Deep In Antarctica #OurBluePlanet – BBC Earth

Never before have humans journeyed to the Antarctic deep-sea. Scientist Dr Jon Copley reveals what it’s like to travel 1000m beneath the ice.

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Quotes: Dr Jon Copley – It is exciting, it is thrilling and yet it is also terrifying.

My dad used to get national geographic magazine. Occasionally they published these amazing maps of the floor of the ocean. I always imagined what would it be like to visit these places and see what lives there.

More than half our world is covered by water.  It’s the majority of our world and yet it seems so alien to us.



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