"Titanic" director makes first solo dive to Earth’s deepest point

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Handout photo of explorer and filmmaker Cameron emerging from the hatch of Deepsea Challenger during testing of the submersible in Jervis Bay(Reuters) – “Titanic” film director James Cameron has completed the world’s first solo dive to the deepest known point on Earth, reaching the bottom of the Pacific Ocean’s Mariana Trench southwest of Guam in a specially designed submarine. The filmmaker arrived at the site known as “Challenger Deep” shortly before 8 a.m. local time Monday (6 p.m. EDT on Sunday), reaching a depth of 35,756 feet, or roughly 7 miles beneath the ocean’s surface, said the National Geographic Society, which is overseeing the expedition. …

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