(International·Graphic Interaction) Chinese and New Zealand scientific expedition personnel reached the deepest point of the Kermadec Trench

(International·Graphic Interaction) Chinese and New Zealand scientific expedition personnel reached the deepest point of the Kermadec Trench

The China-New Zealand Joint Abyss Diving Scientific Expedition Team stated in Auckland, New Zealand on the 27th that the first China-New Zealand joint abyss deep diving scientific research voyage completed the first voyage successfully. The deepest point of the Kermadec Trench.

On November 4, Deng Yuqing (middle) and Yuan Xin (left), divers of the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Deep Sea Research, and Karin Schnabel, a researcher at the New Zealand National Institute of Water Resources and Atmospheric Research, prepared to carry out the research on the “Explorer No. 1” scientific research ship. 10,000-meter deep dive. Published by Xinhua News Agency (Photo provided by Institute of Deep Ocean Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences/Photo by Chen Kunxin)

This is the marine life taken by the “Struggle” in the deep sea on November 14. Xinhua News Agency

This is the marine life taken by the “Struggle” in the deep sea on November 7. Xinhua News Agency

On November 27, China’s “Explorer 1” scientific research ship carrying the “Struggle” full-sea deep manned submersible docked at Queen’s Wharf in Auckland, New Zealand. Photo by Xinhua News Agency reporter Guo Lei

On November 27, China’s “Explorer 1” scientific research ship carrying the “Struggle” full-sea deep manned submersible docked at Queen’s Wharf in Auckland, New Zealand. Photo by Xinhua News Agency reporter Guo Lei