The Vityaz deep-sea autonomous vehicle first reached the bottom of the Mariana Trench

The Vityaz deep-sea autonomous vehicle first reached the bottom of the Mariana Trench

The Russian autonomous uninhabited underwater vehicle Vityaz made an ultra-deep dive into the Mariana Trench. The immersion took place on May 8 and was dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory. This was reported in the press service of the Foundation for Advanced Research (FPI).


On May 8, 2020 at 22:34 Moscow time, the Russian autonomous uninhabited underwater vehicle Vityaz plunged to the bottom of the Mariana Trench. Vityaz sensors recorded a depth of 10 thousand 28 meters

- said in a statement.

The FPI said that during the dive, the device made mapping, photo and video shooting of the seabed, in addition, a pennant was installed at the bottom of the Mariana Trench, dedicated to the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War.

The length of stay at depth, excluding diving and ascent, was three hours.

As emphasized in the FPI, Vityaz, in contrast to foreign underwater vehicles, is a fully autonomous uninhabited underwater vehicle using elements of artificial intelligence. It is part of a deep-sea diving complex, the development of which began in 2017. The complex includes: an autonomous uninhabited vehicle, a deep-sea bottom station and control room equipment.
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  1. Thrifty 9 May 2020 14: 05 New
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    It was necessary to attach to him a tank filled with liberals, which we were tired of, and leave the tank at the bottom of the cavity! negative
    1. FIR FIR 9 May 2020 14: 09 New
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      Maybe even on this day without memories of the liberals ...

      10028 meters - such a depth!
      1. mole 9 May 2020 15: 01 New
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        At Kursk, the depth was only 108.
        And so in the 60s the Americans were the first to go down to Trieste.
        1. Piramidon 9 May 2020 15: 16 New
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          Quote: Mole
          At Kursk, the depth was only 108.
          And so in the 60s the Americans were the first to go down to Trieste.

          Even on holiday you need to lay out your dung. At least for the day you can stick a plug.
          1. mole 9 May 2020 15: 24 New
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            If the eye hurts, then I'm sorry.
            But why be rude?
            1. Oden280 9 May 2020 15: 56 New
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              He is not rude, he is telling the truth. Do not like it - go for it.
              1. mole 9 May 2020 17: 00 New
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                In this case, continue to admire the next one!
                Do not you think that from year to year our achievements are made small?
                We already have nothing to be particularly proud of, but what can you do with the trick? Think back a chronology back!
                And for starters, interview the children! Ask one question! "What can you say about today's holiday?"
                I am sure many of the "World of Wonderful Discoveries" will wait!
                I mean school children, but also communicate with students, be sure!
                The horizons are sure to expand many! And Oh .... T. It's definitely worse than "manure" and "cons"!
                PS In the post-war years, what could be proud of, and at the same time, despite the "curtain", the whole world applauded, it went on increasing. But unfortunately, it is growing, transforming, sooner or later, into a sigmoid (as smart people suggested to me here).
                Everyone decides for himself. But the so-called "achievements" are fading, as are rewards with real achievements.
                1. Hagalaz 9 May 2020 17: 43 New
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                  You are clearly overexcited. The article was written in absolutely working order, and no one from the forum users spawns with joy for joy. What is the idea of ​​overthinking?
                  People calmly launched the device, in a working order experienced some kind of technology.
                  This helped you to submit.
                  1. mole 9 May 2020 19: 08 New
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                    Quote: Hagalaz
                    You are clearly overexcited. The article was written in absolutely working order, and no one from the forum users spawns with joy for joy. What is the idea of ​​overthinking?
                    People calmly launched the device, in a working order experienced some kind of technology.
                    This helped you to submit.

                    You are absolutely right. Apparently indeed.
                    But where did I distort? This is just an experiment. Validation of life values. I understand that I got into the estate of the state, but if REALLY there is Nothing to be proud of? What to do?
                    1. gvozdan 10 May 2020 23: 48 New
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                      Pride is a stupid and generally harmful feeling that creates the illusion that by your membership in a certain group you have the right to honor from the achievements of the best representatives of this group. No need to be proud, you need to do and go forward.
                  2. mole 9 May 2020 19: 38 New
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                    There’s nothing to be proud of! Although the hunt! Highly! Accustomed, brought up like that! We can, we know, we can! But only Chubais, Grefs or Grefffs and others. They broadcast something different to us.
                    1. mole 9 May 2020 19: 42 New
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                      I tried to edit my post. From the tenth time, he made changes. The smartphone lives its own life.
                      1. Simargl 10 May 2020 07: 04 New
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                        Quote: Mole
                        The smartphone lives its own life.
                        This is because it is liberal until the last transistor. Probably because it was made in China using American technologies (partially exported from the USSR), with their own money.
                  3. Procyon lotor 10 May 2020 12: 37 New
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                    Quote: Hagalaz
                    You are clearly overexcited. The article was written in absolutely working order, and no one from the forum users spawns with joy for joy. What is the idea of ​​overthinking?
                    People calmly launched the device, in a working order experienced some kind of technology.
                    This helped you to submit.

                    What kind of request do you ask, claiming that the article is written in absolutely working order? Well, for example, the statement that
                    [/ quote] "Vityaz", unlike foreign underwater vehicles, is a fully autonomous uninhabited underwater vehicle. [quote]
                    About the use of elements of artificial intelligence is already silent. This is the same thing that at one time everywhere tryndeli about the use of nanotechnology. And at the expense of analogues, so can be called REMUS 6000 and NEREUS for example. The latter can operate both autonomously and in conjunction with operators. Both of them saw the light more than 10 years ago.
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          2. mole 9 May 2020 18: 54 New
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            Quote: Piramidon
            Quote: Mole
            At Kursk, the depth was only 108.
            And so in the 60s the Americans were the first to go down to Trieste.

            Even on holiday you need to lay out your dung. At least for the day you can stick a plug.

            And now, after waiting time, looking at everything. I came to the conclusion that you grabbed the hype, only then you will consume manure.
            Cons on a patriotic site warp me. But we survive.
        2. AUL
          AUL 9 May 2020 15: 57 New
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          Quote: Mole
          And so in the 60s the Americans were the first to go down to Trieste.

          In fact, the Swiss. Dad Auguste with his son Jacques Picara. The Americans bought a bathyscaphe from them, but the Swiss dived into the Mariana Trench.
          1. Sniper Amateur 9 May 2020 16: 10 New
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            January 23, 1960 Jacques Picard and US Navy lieutenant Don Walsh made a dive to a depth of 10 m, which was an absolute record of depth for manned and unmanned vehicles.

            And it was built in Italy (why it was named that way), and finalized - in Germany.
          2. mole 9 May 2020 18: 16 New
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            Quote: AUL
            Quote: Mole
            And so in the 60s the Americans were the first to go down to Trieste.

            In fact, the Swiss. Dad Auguste with his son Jacques Picara. The Americans bought a bathyscaphe from them, but the Swiss dived into the Mariana Trench.

            Does this fact matter to us?
            The main thing is that the Western world was the first in this. To set records, especially in the current realities, seems to be too much for me. Those. on hype.
          3. mole 9 May 2020 18: 21 New
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            Quote: AUL
            Quote: Mole
            And so in the 60s the Americans were the first to go down to Trieste.

            In fact, the Swiss. Dad Auguste with his son Jacques Picara. The Americans bought a bathyscaphe from them, but the Swiss dived into the Mariana Trench.

            In this case, the essence does not change much !?
            1. cniza 9 May 2020 21: 32 New
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              PS In the post-war years, what could be proud of, and at the same time, despite the "curtain", the whole world applauded, it went on increasing. But unfortunately, it is growing, transforming, sooner or later, into a sigmoid (as smart people suggested to me here).
              Everyone decides for himself. But the so-called "achievements" are fading, as are rewards with real achievements.


              Do you now understand that you, to put it mildly, got excited?
        3. Slavs 9 May 2020 17: 00 New
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          Well, at least somewhere they are the first ..)))
        4. Sergey Averchenkov 9 May 2020 17: 47 New
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          Hmm ... And they are the first to the moon ... It happens.
        5. jonht 10 May 2020 01: 31 New
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          Trieste, let it be known to you, bathyscaphe. It is designed as a float, around a sturdy case a tank with kerosene and a complete lack of means of transportation.
          And in the article about our device it is said that it didn’t just go down and carried out mapping, which indicates that the device itself performed maneuvers at a given depth, carrying out movement.
          Prior to this, only bathyscaphes descended into the Marianskub hollow.
        6. Whowhy 10 May 2020 12: 09 New
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          In fact, Trieste only dived for 3 kilometers. At 10 kilometers, the pressure is such that the intermolecular bonds are already beginning to shift. So this is a real achievement. Moreover, Vityaz not only dived, but also worked out a research program.
          The complexity of such a dive (in terms of preparation) can probably be compared with a flight to Mars.
        7. de_monSher 10 May 2020 19: 13 New
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          Picard, still was a Swiss ... *))) sort of ... And as for the "Knight" - well done, Russia ... a good machine, necessary and smart ... *))
        8. Foxnova 10 May 2020 23: 53 New
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          Swiss and American to be precise
      2. NKT
        NKT 9 May 2020 16: 11 New
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        Some strange depth, at least one km deeper should be. Probably the journalists got it wrong.
        1. Slavs 9 May 2020 17: 00 New
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          The bottom relief?
          1. NKT
            NKT 9 May 2020 17: 07 New
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            Yes, recent studies show that there is a folded zone with heights of up to 2.5 km. But in this case, they did not reach the bottom. The deepest point of the bottom is about 11 km.
            1. SHURUM -BURUM 9 May 2020 18: 08 New
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              Where is the photo from the scene?
    2. figwam 9 May 2020 14: 10 New
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      during the dive, the device made mapping, photo and video shooting of the seabed

      I hope they will show us, although something may be classified.
      1. Bumblebee_3 9 May 2020 14: 54 New
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        figvam (Sergey)
        Most likely, you are right that they will keep it secret. I just can’t understand one thing, what can be found so secret in the depths of the Mariana Trench? Are "super hypersonic missiles"? Or what can be applied to modern weapons?
        1. Piramidon 9 May 2020 15: 20 New
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          Quote: Bumblebee_3
          I just can’t understand one thing, what can be found so secret in the depths of the Mariana Trench? Are "super hypersonic missiles"? Or what can be applied to modern weapons?

          Testing to the maximum depths, you apparently do not take into account? Only some conspiracy theories roam in your head. request
          1. Bumblebee_3 9 May 2020 16: 05 New
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            Piramidon (Stepan. Russia)
            You apparently did not understand my question. I was wondering why the photos and videos from the depths of the Mariana Trench are secret. That’s what I don’t understand.
            1. Piramidon 9 May 2020 16: 15 New
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              Quote: Bumblebee_3
              Piramidon (Stepan. Russia)
              You apparently did not understand my question. I was wondering why secret photo and video from the depths of the Mariana Trench. That’s what I don’t understand.

              And from what did you conclude that all this classified? Do you need a mandatory online broadcast from the board, or what? Well, the film crew of the Zvezda TV channel may not fit on this unit. Be patient and do not run ahead of the engine. I think that everything that you can’t wait to see is laid out over time. request
              1. Bumblebee_3 9 May 2020 16: 22 New
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                Piramidon (Stepan. Russia)
                The fact that everyone will lay out, I doubt however. On-line is not necessary, but it is very interesting to see what is at the depth, where the human foot has not gone before. Aren't you interested in images from the surface of the moon or Mars?
                1. Piramidon 9 May 2020 16: 25 New
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                  Quote: Bumblebee_3
                  The fact that everyone will lay out, I doubt however

                  Doubt your health, this is your right. Wait and see. But so demand momentary photos and videos ... request From which hangover should everyone adapt to the desires of everyone who is here?
                  1. Bumblebee_3 9 May 2020 16: 37 New
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                    Piramidon (Stepan. Russia)
                    You are right, wait and see. Perhaps I have left this since my youth. I was fond of scuba diving, now they say - diving. I always had a desire to dive deeper. Although all the beauty under water, up to 10 meters.
                    1. Piramidon 9 May 2020 17: 14 New
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                      Quote: Bumblebee_3
                      I was fond of scuba diving

                      I was also fond of spearfishing in my youth. Even home-made wetsuits, scuba guns and scuba gear were. Fortunately, there was much to be made of.
                      1. Bumblebee_3 9 May 2020 17: 23 New
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                        Piramidon (Stepan. Russia)
                        Buddy, scuba diving is poaching. I took more pictures. Damn, what a time it was! Wetsuits themselves sewed, boxes for cameras, they themselves did. My favorite scuba gear was the AVM-1M. Ukraine-2 was not bad either. About AVM-7, heard. Crimea, Tarhankut.
                      2. Piramidon 9 May 2020 17: 46 New
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                        Quote: Bumblebee_3
                        My favorite scuba gear was the AVM-1M. Ukraine-2 was not bad either. About AVM-7, heard.

                        My scuba gear was homemade. An eight-liter cylinder with an airplane fire system and a lung machine assembled in an alarm clock case. But I rarely used it. It’s hard to carry for the sake of a 20-30 minute swim, and there’s no where to charge on the lake. So basically a simple mask, snorkel and gun. Hands did not reach boxing, although he was fond of photography. The most beautiful is on business trips in Cuba in the Gulf of Mexico. There, even a harpoon with a rubber band was always fished.
                      3. Bumblebee_3 9 May 2020 17: 54 New
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                        Stepan, you're in luck. And I was "not visiting." I could not even get to the countries of the social camp. And to be honest, I didn’t even want to. The work was very fascinating, as they say was "in the mind and the heart." Although Crimea was enough. "We do not need the Turkish coast"
                      4. Polite Moose 9 May 2020 22: 01 New
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                        Quote: Piramidon
                        My scuba gear was homemade. An eight-liter cylinder with an airplane fire system and a lung machine assembled in an alarm clock case.

                        Stepan! hi My regards. I also started with a semi-artisan scuba gear. Two 7-liter cylinders at 150 atm. from a firefighter YES in a spark, the remaining spare parts from AVM-1. The lung-worker, however, was a bourgeois. And I was thinking about a serious outfit when my friend and I, guys from some diving club with us refused to take us on a dive, saying that we might not come up. Eh ... Youth, youth. winked
                        PS Minus you obviously one of the rescuers put. Or a hunter. As you know: a diver is a rare, but very welcome prey for an underwater hunter! laughing
      2. mole 9 May 2020 17: 08 New
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        These "tests" in manual mode with a slide rule were considered at one time. So do not!
        1. Piramidon 9 May 2020 17: 26 New
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          Quote: Mole
          These "tests" in manual mode with a slide rule were considered at one time. So that do not!

          In how. This is something new. If all the equipment went into operation only on the basis of calculations, then why do we need many years of testing and the staff of testers? Offer to give equipment to the troops without testing - you will be laughed at, and, at best, they will twist a finger at the temple.
          1. mole 9 May 2020 18: 08 New
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            Thanks for the funny picture.
            But just answer, why thanks to the "rulers" of the USSR became Great?
            There was definitely less money than now.
            But there were results! Progress!
            Now: flood on Twitter.
            1. mole 9 May 2020 18: 59 New
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              Answer: You will not answer! It is important for you here and now to fill the pros!
            2. Simargl 10 May 2020 07: 16 New
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              Quote: Mole
              But just answer, why thanks to the "rulers" of the USSR became Great?
              The work of many with the rulers was well organized.

              Quote: Mole
              There was definitely less money than now.
              Often the main thing is not the amount of money, but the organization (including motivation).

              Quote: Mole
              Now: flood on Twitter.
              Because at one time they ruined the electronics (it was before Gorbachev, if that) and got stuck in the "slide rule". Attempts to break out of the processor dependency are almost unsuccessful (the processor "Elbrus has not been seen alive by almost anyone on the entire forum, and with that on board the device, I think nobody owns it ... but it is).
            3. Mordvin 3 10 May 2020 07: 19 New
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              Quote: Mole
              There was definitely less money than now.

              And in my opinion - more.
    3. Polite Moose 9 May 2020 17: 07 New
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      Quote: Bumblebee_3
      I just can’t understand one thing, what can be found so secret in the depths of the Mariana Trench?

      There you can find objects of great historical and scientific value household items of diggers of the Mariana Trench, which are the ancestors of diggers of the Black Sea. Of particular interest is the trench tool that can work at such depths.
      1. mark1 9 May 2020 19: 10 New
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        Quote: Polite Moose
        Of particular interest is the trench tool that can work at such depths.

        Do you want to say that BSL came to us from the depths of the Mariana Trench? This is a universal tool working at all depths and heights.
      2. Simargl 10 May 2020 07: 23 New
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        Quote: Polite Moose
        Of particular interest is the trench tool that can work at such depths.
        No interest: while they were digging, they were not filling with water.
        1. Polite Moose 10 May 2020 10: 05 New
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          No interest: while they were digging, they were not filling with water.

          What about groundwater? AND? wink
          1. Simargl 10 May 2020 17: 31 New
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            You need to drink something.
  2. ximkim 9 May 2020 14: 55 New
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    Will wait hi
  • Uncle lee 9 May 2020 14: 11 New
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    Quote: Thrifty
    filled with liberals

    Well, what volume will this tank be? And you need to put everyone!
    1. Insurgent 9 May 2020 14: 20 New
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      Quote: Uncle Lee

      Well, what volume will this tank be? And you need to put everyone!

      Well, like a herring in a barrel repeat

      1. Uncle lee 9 May 2020 14: 31 New
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        barrel herring

        Liberals do not want .... Outraged!
        1. Insurgent 9 May 2020 14: 37 New
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          Quote: Uncle Lee
          Liberals do not want .... Outraged!


          And who will ask them?

          1. Plantagenet 9 May 2020 15: 17 New
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            “The scouts unloaded machine guns from motor boats ashore. In one group they argued: how long the barge, blackening in the distance with a staggering stain, could not see it clearly in the darkness.
            “He won't last more than five minutes.”
            “Well, maybe more.”
            - No way. Bet?
            The new scout, who was first sent out for execution for the first time that night, looked with horror either at the barge, then at the machine guns, or at the authorities. Occasionally, his face was cramping.
            - What a bet?
            - On a fake core.
            There was a laugh. The man of fate looked back with displeasure at his subordinates: laughter did not correspond to the formidable grandeur of the revolutionary scene.
            “It is true that the Kingstones were poorly opened,” he threw abruptly, evidently flaunting a marine term. “You never know with subversive bombs either.”
            - No, comrade, everyone is riddled ... Now he will drown, be calm ...
            - Well ... Drowning! .. Done ... What did I say! - said several voices at once.
            Indeed, the barge was completely overwhelmed. Its edge absurdly rose up and spun. Then the black spot disappeared. The scouts were silent. The torch hissed and went out. The man of fate raised his hand high, slowly lowered it, and whistling the Internationale, went to the illuminated firewall. "

            Mark Aldanov "LIVING"
          2. knn54 9 May 2020 16: 11 New
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            They were already drowned in ancient times, in the Black Sea.
            Ecology is now suffering from hydrogen sulfide.
        2. Krasnoyarsk 9 May 2020 17: 16 New
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          Quote: Uncle Lee
          Quote: Insurgent
          barrel herring

          Liberals do not want .... Outraged!

          The point is not their indignation. The point is our indecision and lack of organization.
          And they are not needed in the barrel. They will be crushed at a certain depth and they will also pollute the ocean with their substance.
    2. Piramidon 9 May 2020 15: 23 New
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      Quote: Uncle Lee
      Quote: Thrifty
      filled with liberals

      Well, what volume will this tank be? And you need to put everyone!

      Yes, he just wrote to collect the "pluses". lol
  • poquello 9 May 2020 14: 14 New
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    Quote: Thrifty
    It was necessary to attach to him a tank filled with liberals, which we were tired of, and leave the tank at the bottom of the cavity! negative

    flood not tired? and the first autonomous robot, by the way
    1. mole 9 May 2020 15: 05 New
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      flood not tired? and the first autonomous robot, by the way

      It would not be desirable, but I would not be surprised that the robot was of the type previously sent to the orbit of the so-called. "Fedora."
  • AVA77 9 May 2020 14: 16 New
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    It will crush the tank. You can try to block up the concrete block. wink
  • Bykov. 9 May 2020 14: 26 New
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    Quote: Thrifty
    SUBMIT COMMENT

    Ecology has been dirtied, but the idea is power!
  • ximkim 9 May 2020 14: 53 New
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    but rather the video that’s at the bottom.
  • Pvi1206 9 May 2020 14: 06 New
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    what pressure is there in the water column? ... it’s hard to imagine what kind of force the apparatus was holding back ... a dive of 10 adds 1 atm. pressure .. this record is harder to set than fly into space ...
    1. Pashhenko Nikolay 9 May 2020 14: 09 New
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      So 1028 atm in this case.
      1. Sniper Amateur 9 May 2020 16: 13 New
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        From the school course of physics and geography - there should be somewhere 1160 atm.
        1. Pashhenko Nikolay 9 May 2020 16: 43 New
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          And from practice, a dive at 10900 approximately showed 1070 atm. But do you know the salinity in that place? Have you forgotten to substitute the school formula?
          1. Sniper Amateur 9 May 2020 17: 01 New
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            In practice - the immersion of "Trieste" at 10919 - showed 1156 atm on board instruments.
    2. A. Privalov 9 May 2020 14: 24 New
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      Quote: Pvi1206
      what pressure is there in the water column? ... it’s hard to imagine what kind of force the apparatus was holding back ... a dive of 10 adds 1 atm. pressure .. this record is harder to set than fly into space ...

      The "record" dive was January 23, 1960, when US Navy lieutenant Don Walsh and researcher Jacques Picard in the Trieste bathyscaphe designed by Jacques Auguste Picard's father plunged to the bottom of the Mariana Trench.

      It is not a matter of records, but of new opportunities and prospects. Today there are already new materials, new control systems and engineering calculations. The Baltic Plant has always been a serious enterprise for the construction of deep-sea vehicles, and the Rubin Central Design Bureau is its brain. Well done!
      Happy Holidays! hi
    3. Motorist 9 May 2020 14: 56 New
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      If the water density is assumed to be constant (1,035 t / m³), ​​then the [not absolute] pressure at a depth of 11028 m will be approximately 1141,4 bar (1126,5 atm).
      1. Motorist 9 May 2020 15: 07 New
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        By the way, in childhood I always saw 11022 meters on the maps.
        1. Aviator_ 9 May 2020 15: 45 New
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          The depth of 11022 m was measured by our Vityaz vessel with an echo sounder in the early 60s, then the figure was adjusted more than once, since the speed of sound depends a lot on what - temperature, salinity, etc. The most reliable thing is with a load on a rope, but you need to follow so that the rope is vertical.
          1. Sniper Amateur 9 May 2020 16: 18 New
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            Well, with a “load on a rope” (a lot), she was counted at the time 15 km or more. laughing
            Depth sounder - the most reliable.
            According to 2011 measurements, the greatest depth of the Challenger Abyss is 10 m below sea level.
          2. Kote Pan Kokhanka 9 May 2020 17: 53 New
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            Quote: Aviator_
            The depth of 11022 m was measured by our Vityaz vessel with an echo sounder in the early 60s, then the figure was adjusted more than once, since the speed of sound depends a lot on what - temperature, salinity, etc. The most reliable thing is with a load on a rope, but you need to follow so that the rope is vertical.

            With a load on a rope does not work. The rope Sergey will tear !!!
            Now seriously, the chains at such depths are torn, the cables are stretched. The echo sounder or real descent of a deep-sea apparatus is relevant.
            1. Aviator_ 9 May 2020 18: 59 New
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              Yes, I'm just kidding. Although our polar explorers measured the depths of up to 5 km inclusive using a piano string in the Arctic Ocean in the 30s, Krenkel’s memoirs (RAEM - my call signs) about this.
    4. garri-lin 9 May 2020 15: 01 New
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      The thickness of the ocean is much more mysterious than near space. And much more inaccessible.
    5. Sniper Amateur 9 May 2020 16: 14 New
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      what pressure is there in the water column? ... it’s hard to imagine what kind of force the apparatus was holding back ... a dive of 10 adds 1 atm. pressure .. this record is harder to set than fly into space ...

      From the school course of physics and geography - there should be somewhere 1160 atm.
      Well, it’s not at all accidental that the Ocean has been investigated much worse than space.
    6. Sardanapalus 11 May 2020 01: 04 New
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      Well, there is no such record. Inhabited devices three times visited the bottom of the basin. Another thing is that it is OUR ... and the first plunged to such a depth.
  • slipped 9 May 2020 14: 23 New
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    device photo



    The Vityaz complex includes an autonomous uninhabited apparatus, a deep-sea bottom station and control room equipment.
  • KVU-NSVD 9 May 2020 14: 36 New
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    The complex includes: an autonomous uninhabited vehicle, a deep-sea bottom station and control room equipment.
    An interesting bottom station with even more interesting tasks and capabilities. And GUGI nothing to do with? recourse
  • seagull 9 May 2020 15: 02 New
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    A time capsule was left for a couple of megatons.
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      Quote: seagull
      for a couple of megatons.
      The Japanese answer is "whose Kuril Islands"?
  • Radikal 9 May 2020 15: 05 New
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    It was necessary to attach to him a tank filled with liberals, which we were tired of, and leave the tank at the bottom of the cavity! negative

    Are you talking about whom, for example? winked
  • Narak-zempo 9 May 2020 15: 12 New
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    Run-in AI for "Poseidon" little by little goes without too much noise. There will be noise when charges in gutters off the coast of America begin to detonate laughing
    #can repeat
  • sergo1914 9 May 2020 15: 22 New
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    Pilot Vovka? Did you find amphora?
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    Sorry, Dynamo fans. But the theme is 100% yours.
  • Ross xnumx 9 May 2020 15: 29 New
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    The duration of the dive, excluding diving and ascent, was three hours.

    I am pleased with the achievements of Russian science, but it sounds more correct:
    The length of time at depth, excluding diving and ascent, was three hours.
    hi
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      but it sounds more correct:

      Exactly:
      The duration of the dive, excluding diving and ascent, was three hours.

      If you want - I can make out your strange option.
      1. Ross xnumx 11 May 2020 03: 55 New
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        If you want, I can make out your strange version.

        There, the original generally states: mission duration BUT!!! To you personally:
  • abvgdeika 9 May 2020 16: 20 New
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    She drowned request
  • Andrey Bespalov 9 May 2020 16: 26 New
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    Good news for Victory Day. Developers and everyone who participated in the holiday!
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    I’m sure that our “partners” will scream that the Americans have come up with all this for a long time, but the insidious Russians stole their drawings from them. Putin is plotting something. In general, all this is a threat to national security and a lot of money is needed to contain Russia and concreting the Mariana Trench laughing
  • Pacifist with AK 9 May 2020 18: 12 New
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    Quote: Thrifty
    filled with liberals

    Well, what volume will this tank be? And you need to put everyone!

    Well, I don’t know about the volume. But for starters, you can attach this one)))))))
    1. AVA77 9 May 2020 19: 34 New
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      Yes, I wrote, but she didn’t stand it above, she wonders how the foil from the candy, this container has double walls.
      But it will not stand. Deformation will be abrupt (abrupt). That will cause an abrupt increase in temperature of 200-300 degrees for this barrel. And so the temperature range is huge, depends on the depth and strength of the container. Exposure to high temperatures. Barotrauma, lack of air for breathing, in the end, the inability of the Human body for a long time without harm to health to exist in the aquatic environment. I get the impression that you are not a bit like the liberals. crying
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  • APASUS 9 May 2020 22: 17 New
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    And how many of these “Knights” do we have? I’m afraid that one record will end, because I don’t hear about the state program for exploring the depths with autonomous devices or for military purposes. Record is always good, but for some reason everything that we invent is very difficult to go into series!
  • Charik 10 May 2020 12: 17 New
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    And what are they wearing helmets?
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    At Kursk, the depth was only 108.
    And so in the 60s the Americans were the first to go down to Trieste.

    And let me find out why the Americans sank to the bottom on Trieste, and not on Washington or is there a forest table? There is little patriotism in Trieste! There was an American in Trieste, but the only one who helped Jacques Picard with money to build a bathyscaphe. And then look smears the snot, well, the Americans were the first to circle, even the first film about the landing on the moon was shot.
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    It will be good if the photo is posted.
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    In 1951, a new British expedition on the Challenger-2 vessel with the help of an echo sounder determined the depth of the depression at 10 ± 863 meters. The depth of the bottom varies depending on its topography. Since then, the deepest point on the planet began to be called the Abyss Challenger. As part of a project called the Necron, it was planned to deliver two people to the bottom of the Challenger Abyss in the Mariana Trench and carry out on-site research. January 100, 23 at 1960 hours 08 minutes local time, Trieste, with Jacques Picard and Don Walsh on board, began a slow plunge into darkness. After 23 hours 4 minutes, the bathyscaphe touched the bottom at a distance of 43 meters from the surface of the ocean. Who would have thought that the next person who for the first time in many years decided to visit the bottom of the Mariana Trench would be not some ocean scientist, but the famous Hollywood director James Cameron! On March 10, 919, Cameron dived to a depth of 26 meters on the Deepsea Challenger. At the moment, James Cameron is the third and last person to be at the deepest point of the planet - the Challenger Abyss at the very bottom of the Mariana Trench. In total, only two underwater vehicles with people on board sank to the bottom of the Mariana Trench.
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    I wonder how this device is controlled? Should there be a connection or have completely relied on this AI?
    And arguing about the depth is pointless. Any devices and methods have an error
  • mitrich 11 May 2020 11: 33 New
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    At Kursk, the depth was only 108.
    And so in the 60s the Americans were the first to go down to Trieste.

    And why do the fools go by? Spring aggravation of uropatriotism? So patriotism doesn’t consist in that, to be truthful. Not even patriotic. We have not been there for a long time. The title, at least, is not correct. Or the author is illiterate, not familiar with the topic, just to squeeze.