China is exploring the deepest water trench in the Pacific Ocean
The Broadcasting Corporation reported that the submarine (Strifer) landed more than 10 kilometers in the moat (Mariana) in the western Pacific Ocean, with three researchers on board.
This trench has only been visited by a few people. It is low in the shape of a crescent in the earth’s crust and deeper than Mount Everest.
The first explorers visited the trench in 1960 on a short exploration trip, and the missions stopped until 2012 when Hollywood director James Cameron made his first solo trip to the bottom.
Cameron described the environment he saw around him as "desolate" and "strange".
Video footage captured and transmitted by a camera in the depths of the seas this week showed the green-and-white Chinese submarine moving through dark waters surrounded by clouds of sediment as it slowly descended on the sea floor.