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Ocean Explorer Victor Vescovo Completes Deepest-Ever Dive In Mariana Trench

A team of ocean explorers has set their sights on reaching the bottom of the world's oceans. One of them has completed the deepest-ever dive in the Mariana trench.

Earth/Environment May 18, 2019

Wreck Of Australian Ship SS Iron Crown Found 77 Years After It Was Sunk By Japanese Submarine During World War II

Almost 80 years after its tragic end, the wreckage of an Australian ship sunk by a Japanese submarine in World War II has now been found by a team of scientists. Here is the story of how it was discovered.

Ancient April 26, 2019

Egypt Deploys Robot Submarine To Search For EgyptAir's Flight MS804

An Egyptian robot submarine is joining the underwater search for the black boxes of EgyptAir Flight MS804, which disappeared from radar on May 19 while crossing the Mediterranean Sea.

Robotics May 23, 2016

North Korea Claims Successful Launch Of Ballistic Missile From Submarine

North Korea announced on April 24 the successful launch of its submarine ballistic missile test under the watch of Kim Jong-un. From the looks of it, the United Nations will not take North Korean nuclear tests and related activities lightly.

Life & Style April 25, 2016

Watch USS Hartford Surface In Arctic Circle For Submarine Readiness Exercises

The USS Hartford (SSN 768), together with the USS Hampton (SSN 767), have arrived in the Arctic Circle for the Ice Exercise (ICEX) 2016. Watch the USS Hartford's dramatic surfacing through the thick ice of the region.

FUTURE TECH March 21, 2016

Meet ACTUV, DARPA's 132-Foot Unmanned Submarine Hunter

DARPA is launching the Anti-Submarine Warfare Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel, or the ACTUV, on its maiden mission in April. The 132-foot, 140-ton drone is capable of hunting stealth submarines.

FUTURE TECH February 13, 2016

Wineries In Napa Are Using Submarine Tech For Wine Fermentation

The Palmaz Vineyards in Napa, Calif. have begun using a new system that was designed for submarines that is able to measure vibrations in the wine at the molecular level.

Gadgets January 15, 2016

World’s Smallest Submarine Is One Molecule In Size

The fastest submarine in the world could soon swim through your bloodstream.

November 18, 2015

Submarine Contractors Of Australia Express Concern Over Possible Hacking Attempts Of Chinese, Russian Spies

Hackers have attempted to steal top secret information about Australia's project on building its future submarines, dubbed Sea 1000 Future Submarine program. The bidders of the project are pointing their fingers to Chinese and Russian spies as primary suspects.

FUTURE TECH November 9, 2015

Mysterious Company Offers Mobile Private Islands: Perfect For Supervillains

Migaloo, which has a few other designs for private submersible yachts, is offering the mobile private island named Kokomo Ailand. The island includes a penthouse, a jungle deck complete with waterfalls and a shark-feeding station.

FUTURE TECH September 25, 2015

US Navy Commissions USS John Warner: What The Most Lethal Warship Is Capable Of Doing

The USS John Warner, the most powerful attack submarine in the world, has been commissioned to join the U.S. Navy’s fleet of operating warships.

FUTURE TECH August 5, 2015

Divers Film Sunken World War II Japanese 'Megasubmarine' In Hawaiian Waters (Video)

A giant Japanese submarine that carried aircraft meant to bomb the U.S. has been photographed off Pearl Harbor. Captured at the end of World War II, the sub was deliberately sunk to hide its secrets from the Soviet Union.

Animals April 29, 2015

Confederate Submarine Hull Revealed: First Submarine to Ever Sink Enemy Ship

The Hunley, the first submarine to sink an enemy warship, is now being examined by researchers, potentially answering a 150-year-old mystery.

January 30, 2015

China’s supersonic sub will be able to speed to California in 100 minutes

Chinese researchers say putting a submarine in its own giant air bubble could let if "fly" through water. Speeds of thousands of mile per hour are envisioned.

Science August 26, 2014

China’s building a submarine that could go from Shanghai to San Francisco in 2 hours

Chinese scientists are building a super fast submarine that travels in an air bubble, greatly reducing drag. The submarine will reportedly travel from Shanghai to San Francisco in just two hours.

Internet Culture August 26, 2014

Japan, U.S. partner to develop fuel-celled, unmanned patrol submarine

Japan and U.S. working together on a submarine? Sounds promising. It’s called an “unmanned underwater vehicle” and has been reported to cost $25 million.

Life August 10, 2014

NASA selects 12 cutting-edge proposals for space science as candidates for further research

NASA picks 12 proposals aimed at cutting-edge science. A submarine for one of Saturn's moons and an asteroid capturing technique among those chosen.

Space June 9, 2014

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