The Triton submersible in the Atlantic Ocean as part of the Five Deeps Expedition.Discovery Channel

After three years of preparation from oceanographers, submarine engineers, and scientists, investor and explorer Victor Vescovo, Managing Partner and Co-Founder, Insight Equity, has put together a team that will send a manned submersible, Triton, down to the ocean floor in five of the deepest trenches of the earth’s five oceans.

The Five Deeps Expedition will be documented by the Discovery and Science Channel on the series, Deep Planet which is slated to air in 2019.

The 55 person expedition will use Triton, a two-person deep-sea research submersible that’s been explicitly designed for the Five Deeps expedition, will dive to these five trenches: Puerto Rico Trench (Atlantic Ocean, 8,648 meters), South Sandwich Trench (Southern Ocean, 8,428 meters), Java Trench (Indian Ocean, 7,725 meters), Mariana Trench/Challenger Deep (Pacific Ocean, 10,898 meters) and Malloy Deep (Arctic Ocean, 5,669 meters).

The expedition team will travel 49,000 nautical miles in 11 months and descend through 236,220 feet of water.

The scientific mission is led by Dr. Alan Jamieson, Newcastle University, who has been on 50 deep sea exploration missions.

“Currently, we know more about the intricacies of the lunar surface than we do about the depths of our own oceans on earth,” said Jamieson in a press statement. “The discoveries made on this expedition promise a world of new scientific innovation in almost every area of biological, geological and oceanographic study.”

The Five Deeps Expedition is being filmed by documentary filmmaker Anthony Geffen, CEO and Creative Director of the BAFTA and Emmy award-winning Atlantic Productions. Geffen is also the producer of The Deep Planet series on Discovery Channel.

Technology such as multi-beam bathymetry scanners will allow the team to build up a picture of the trenches and view the oceans extraordinary features. The expedition team will also be using submersible interactive and autonomous gear on three landers.

“The technology on this project will take ocean filming to a new level. Multi-beam bathymetry scanners will allow us to see the seafloor in 3D and new 4K ocean depth camera systems will allow us to view the ocean in new dimensions,” said Geffen. “Three landers will accompany the submersible on the dives to will enable us to discover what life is like at the bottom of all five oceans, it will bring back samples for the onboard scientists to examine.”

Tritan being lowered in the sea. This submersible is a part of the Five Expeditions that will explore the deepest parts of the world’s oceans.Discovery Channel

The submersible interactive gear includes a video camera and light that helps confirm the team has reached the deepest levels as well as a ‘bio box’ where geological and biological samples can be collected and stored. Two of the landers have a rack of six push cores that the sub can take back to the research ship. The push core samples are for sedimentology, geology and infaunal biological samples.

The autonomous science gear includes a conductivity, temperature and depth sensor (CTD) to record the hydrographic conditions in the overlying water column and when the equipment is on the seafloor or in near-bottom water.

Sonar will play a vision role in the expedition. The team will use a multi-beam echo sounder mounted on the hull of the DSSV Pressure Drop, the dedicated research vessel on the journey, which will enable the team to both map the geomorphologies at extreme depths. But it will also assist in the planning and execution of each submersible dive. The team hopes the sonar will clarify inaccuracies in documented depths and may ultimately lead to the reclassification of some of them.

“The camera systems on the submersible will allow us to see the bottom of the ocean in an entirely new way. There are creatures at the bottom of the ocean that was first there when it was formed,” adds Geffen.

Geffen says this is the first ocean depth manned submersible of its kind that can do repeated dives and can stay underwater for many hours at a time. The center of the submarine is cast by pure Titanium with a unique battery system to allow for the long dives.

The titanium submersible that will dive to the deepest trenches in five of the world’s oceans in Deep Planet by the Discovery and Science ChannelDiscovery Channel

The expedition will also use virtual reality (VR) during their time at sea.

“I was lucky enough on my first ocean VR piece, Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough, to win the first BAFTA award for VR,” said Geffen. “The underwater world is perfect for VR as it allows you to immerse and interact with specific areas. Even with 30 years of filmmaking, this project will need to overcome new challenges, and I hope we will create a new record for filming VR at nearly 11,000 meters below sea level.”

Geffen says there are so many important reasons to understand our oceans which he hopes this five-part documentary series will reveal.

“Extraordinarily, we know so little about the deep oceans, and yet it offers us clues to our past, future and an understanding of what life we might find in Space. The ocean can be used for medical innovations such as cures for Alzheimer’s,” said Geffen. “And most importantly through deep ocean geology, it allows us to understand the threats that come from the deep oceans, such as Tsunamis and earthquakes.”

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The 5 Deeps Exploration will be recorded by the Discovery and Science Channel on the series, Deep World which is slated to air in 2019.

The 55 individual exploration will utilize Triton, a two-person deep-sea research study submersible that’s been clearly created for the 5 Deeps exploration, will dive to these 5 trenches: Puerto Rico Trench (Atlantic Ocean, 8,648 meters), South Sandwich Trench (Southern Ocean, 8,428 meters), Java Trench (Indian Ocean, 7,725 meters), Mariana Trench/Challenger Deep (Pacific Ocean, 10,898 meters) and Malloy Deep (Arctic Ocean, 5,669 meters).

The exploration group will take a trip49,000 nautical miles in11 months and come down through236,220 feet of water.

The clinical objective is led by Dr. Alan Jamieson , Newcastle University, who has actually been on50 deep sea expedition objectives.

(************** )” Currently, we understand more about the complexities of the lunar surface area than we do about the depths of our own oceans in the world,” stated Jamieson in a press declaration. “The discoveries made on this exploration assure a world of brand-new clinical development in practically every location of biological, geological and oceanographic research study.”

The 5 Deeps Exploration is being shot by documentary filmmaker A nthony Geffen, CEO and Creative Director of the BAFTA and Emmy acclaimed Atlantic Productions. Geffen is likewise the manufacturer of The Deep World series on Discovery Channel.

Innovation such as multi-beam bathymetry scanners will permit the group to develop a photo of the trenches and see the oceans amazing functions. The exploration group will likewise be utilizing submersible interactive and self-governing equipment on 3 landers

” The innovation on this task will take ocean recording to a brand-new level. Multi-beam bathymetry scanners will permit us to see the seafloor in 3D and brand-new 4K ocean depth electronic camera systems will permit us to see the ocean in brand-new measurements,” stated Geffen. “3 landers will accompany the submersible on the dives to will allow us to find what life resembles at the bottom of all 5 oceans, it will restore samples for the onboard researchers to analyze.”

Tritan being reduced in the sea. This submersible belongs of the 5 Explorations that will check out the inmost parts of the world’s oceans. Discovery Channel

The submersible interactive equipment consists of a camera and light that assists validate the group has actually reached the inmost levels in addition to a ‘bio box’ where geological and biological samples can be gathered and kept. 2 of the landers have a rack of 6 push cores that the sub can reclaim to the research study ship. The push core samples are for sedimentology, geology and infaunal biological samples.

The self-governing science equipment consists of a conductivity, temperature level and depth sensing unit (CTD) to tape-record the hydrographic conditions in the overlying water column and when the devices is on the seafloor or in near-bottom water.

Finder will play a vision function in the exploration. The group will utilize a multi-beam echo sounder installed on the hull of the DSSV Pressure Drop, the devoted research study vessel on the journey, which will make it possible for the group to both map the geomorphologies at severe depths. However it will likewise help in the preparation and execution of each submersible dive. The group hopes the finder will clarify mistakes in recorded depths and might eventually cause the reclassification of a few of them.

” The electronic camera systems on the submersible will permit us to see the bottom of the ocean in a completely brand-new method. There are animals at the bottom of the ocean that was initially there when it was formed,” includes Geffen.

Geffen states this is the very first ocean depth manned submersible of its kind that can do repetitive dives and can remain undersea for numerous hours at a time. The center of the submarine is cast by pure Titanium with a distinct battery system to enable the long dives.

The titanium submersible that will dive to the inmost trenches in 5 of the world’s oceans in Deep World by the Discovery and Science Channel Discovery Channel

The exploration will likewise utilize virtual truth (VR) throughout their time at sea.

” I was fortunate enough on my very first ocean VR piece, Fantastic Barrier Reef with David Attenborough, to win the very first BAFTA award for VR,” stated Geffen. “The undersea world is best for VR as it permits you to immerse and engage with particular locations. Even with 30 years of filmmaking, this task will require to get rid of brand-new obstacles, and I hope we will produce a brand-new record for recording VR at almost 11,000 meters listed below water level.”

Geffen states there are many crucial factors to comprehend our oceans which he hopes this five-part documentary series will expose.

” Extremely, we understand so little about the deep oceans, and yet it provides us ideas to our past, future and an understanding of what life we may discover in Area. The ocean can be utilized for medical developments such as treatments for Alzheimer’s,” stated Geffen. “And most notably through deep ocean geology, it permits us to comprehend the hazards that originate from the deep oceans, such as Tsunamis and earthquakes.”

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The Triton submersible in the Atlantic Ocean as part of the 5 Deeps Exploration. Discovery Channel

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After 3 years of preparation from oceanographers, submarine engineers, and researchers, financier and explorer Victor Vescovo, Handling Partner and Co-Founder, Insight Equity, has actually assembled a group that will send out a manned submersible, Triton , down to the ocean flooring in 5 of the inmost trenches of the earth’s 5 oceans.

The 5 Deeps Exploration will be recorded by the Discovery and Science Channel on the series, Deep World which is slated to air in2019

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The 55 individual exploration will utilize Triton , a two-person deep-sea research study submersible that’s been clearly created for the 5 Deeps exploration, will dive to these 5 trenches: Puerto Rico Trench (Atlantic Ocean, 8, 648 meters), South Sandwich Trench (Southern Ocean, 8, 428 meters), Java Trench (Indian Ocean, 7, 725 meters), Mariana Trench/Challenger Deep (Pacific Ocean, 10, 898 meters) and Malloy Deep (Arctic Ocean, 5, 669 meters).

The exploration group will take a trip 49, 000 nautical miles in 11 months and come down through 236, 220 feet of water.

The clinical objective is led by Dr. Alan Jamieson , Newcastle University, who has actually been on 50 deep sea expedition objectives.

“Currently, we understand more about the complexities of the lunar surface area than we do about the depths of our own oceans in the world,” stated Jamieson in a press declaration. “The discoveries made on this exploration assure a world of brand-new clinical development in practically every location of biological, geological and oceanographic research study.”

The 5 Deeps Exploration is being shot by documentary filmmaker A nthony Geffen , CEO and Creative Director of the BAFTA and Emmy acclaimed Atlantic Productions. Geffen is likewise the manufacturer of The Deep World series on Discovery Channel.

Innovation such as multi-beam bathymetry scanners will permit the group to develop a photo of the trenches and see the oceans amazing functions. The exploration group will likewise be utilizing submersible interactive and self-governing equipment on 3 landers

“The innovation on this task will take ocean recording to a brand-new level. Multi-beam bathymetry scanners will permit us to see the seafloor in 3D and brand-new 4K ocean depth electronic camera systems will permit us to see the ocean in brand-new measurements,” stated Geffen. “3 landers will accompany the submersible on the dives to will allow us to find what life resembles at the bottom of all 5 oceans, it will restore samples for the onboard researchers to analyze.”

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Tritan being reduced in the sea. This submersible belongs of the 5 Explorations that will check out the inmost parts of the world’s oceans. Discovery Channel

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The submersible interactive equipment consists of a camera and light that assists validate the group has actually reached the inmost levels in addition to a ‘bio box’ where geological and biological samples can be gathered and kept. 2 of the landers have a rack of 6 push cores that the sub can reclaim to the research study ship. The push core samples are for sedimentology, geology and infaunal biological samples.

The self-governing science equipment consists of a conductivity, temperature level and depth sensing unit (CTD) to tape-record the hydrographic conditions in the overlying water column and when the devices is on the seafloor or in near-bottom water.

Finder will play a vision function in the exploration. The group will utilize a multi-beam echo sounder installed on the hull of the DSSV Pressure Drop, the devoted research study vessel on the journey, which will make it possible for the group to both map the geomorphologies at severe depths. However it will likewise help in the preparation and execution of each submersible dive. The group hopes the finder will clarify mistakes in recorded depths and might eventually cause the reclassification of a few of them.

“The electronic camera systems on the submersible will permit us to see the bottom of the ocean in a completely brand-new method. There are animals at the bottom of the ocean that was initially there when it was formed,” includes Geffen.

Geffen states this is the very first ocean depth manned submersible of its kind that can do repetitive dives and can remain undersea for numerous hours at a time. The center of the submarine is cast by pure Titanium with a distinct battery system to enable the long dives.

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The titanium submersible that will dive to the inmost trenches in 5 of the world’s oceans in Deep World by the Discovery and Science Channel Discovery Channel

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The exploration will likewise utilize virtual truth (VR) throughout their time at sea.

“I was fortunate enough on my very first ocean VR piece, Fantastic Barrier Reef with David Attenborough, to win the very first BAFTA award for VR,” stated Geffen. “The undersea world is best for VR as it permits you to immerse and engage with particular locations. Even with 30 years of filmmaking, this task will require to get rid of brand-new obstacles, and I hope we will produce a brand-new record for recording VR at almost 11, 000 meters listed below water level.”

Geffen states there are many crucial factors to comprehend our oceans which he hopes this five-part documentary series will expose.

“Extremely, we understand so little about the deep oceans, and yet it provides us ideas to our past, future and an understanding of what life we may discover in Area. The ocean can be utilized for medical developments such as treatments for Alzheimer’s,” stated Geffen. “And most notably through deep ocean geology , it permits us to comprehend the hazards that originate from the deep oceans, such as Tsunamis and earthquakes.”

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