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submersible

suhb mur si buhl

  • n  an apparatus intended for use under water
  • n  a warship designed to operate under water
  • a  capable of being immersed in water or functioning while submerged
    a submersible pump

  • It's Innespace's second effort (a one-seater debuted last year) modeled after the Noland 1, the original dolphin-like submersible built by Tom Rowe in 1992.
  • Seven Russian submariners are rescued with the help of a Royal Navy robot submersible 0805 7 Days Later Scenes from Britain after the suicide attacks 0705.
  • Ballard, from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, joined Navigator Martin Bowen and Pilot Ralph Hollis in the research submersible Alvin as it began a 2 12-hour descent from .
News & Articles

  • James Cameron Gives Record-Breaking Sub to Science
    WOODS HOLE, Mass. —When James Cameron was about 12, he saw the Alvin submersible on the cover of National Geographic and was absolutely captivated by the vehicle's ability to transport ordinary humans to the seafloor. Alvin helped inspire Cameron to pursue a life of exploration and, several decades later, to build his own sub — the Deepsea Challenger — and pilot it by himself to the deepest part ...
    June 14, 2013 - LiveScience.com via Yahoo! News
  • China submersible sets out on 110-day mission
    BEIJING, June 13 (UPI) -- The Jiaolong, China's submersible watercraft, has left port for a deep-sea mission that includes first-ever diving events, science officials said Thursday.
    June 13, 2013 - UPI
Quotes

  • Peter Doran in Newswise (press release)
    Our goal is to build a submersible autonomous underwater vehicle to map in 3-D the geochemistry and biology of this ice-covered lake,said Doran, who is also a principal investigator on the National Science Foundation's Long-Term Ecological...
  • John Edwards in Bloomberg
    They're still having problems with the submersible pump failures at SACROC,Edwards said.

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