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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Filmmaker James Cameron journeyed deep into the ocean, and made a 3D movie about his journey.

In this Earth 8 video report, Natasha Stenbock talks to Scripps Institution of Oceanography grad student Natalya Gallo about her connection to this project.

The following articles were co-authored by Scripps Institution of Oceanography's Kevin Hardy. These publications describe the technology used for James Cameron's DeepSea Challenge in this 3-part series for Ocean News and Technology.

June 2014
Part 1: The Landers

July 2014
Part 2: The Submersible (Part 1)

August 2014
Part 3: The Submersible (Part 2)


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