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Russian Flag to be set up at 4 300 meters Below Sea Level
12.07.2007 16:30
Russian Flag to be set up at 4 300 meters Below Sea Level

Russian oceanologists are going to set up Russian flag on the bottom of the Artic Ocean. The flag will be fixed at the depth of 4 300 meters near Artic pole, claims RIA News.
      This depth hasnt been conquered by anybody before. And the diving can be dangerous.To come down the divers will use deep sea device Mir1and Mir2.
      The diving start is planed on July, 29-30. The oceanologists will reach Artic pole on the boad of expedition vessel Academic Fjodorov.
      The expedition is going to collect the samples of ocean fauna and subsoil tests, to explore geothermal and hydrochemical phenomena.


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