On Friday I had cause to meet with a gent called Marco Flagg and it turned into one of the more interesting chats I’ve had…View More Of great whites and great depths
Today, Scott Olson published an editorial at TCPalm, a local news site for Palm Beach area on some very deep misgivings that all of us…View More The Ship, The Sub, The Shuttle – We Should Blame Ourselves
Sir Richard Branson isn’t the only one wanting to return to the Challenger Deep. Now, submersible designers Triton Submarines aims to take humans down to…View More New Triton Manned Submersible
Although the Deep-sea News team has just spent a whole weekend in exotic North Carolina, we are jealous of Dr. Alistair Dove who currently enroute…View More Submersible at your disposal + unexplored marine habitat = EPIC expedition!!
On the one hand, you have China’s brand-spanking new Jialong submersible capable of reaching 7000 meters depth, 500 meters deeper than its nearest competitor, representing…View More China and the deep sea
Alvin’s interior will be getting a redesign as a new larger titanium has been forged. It is 3, rather than 2, inches thick, with an interior…View More Pimp My Alvin
UPDATE: Glendon is now offering this beautiful piece of deep-sea art as prints on his website! Products range from cards to full size poster prints…View More The Last Refuge
The folks over at Tugboat Printshop have put together a 22-woodcut series themed “The Deep Blue Sea”. The woodcuts are truly one-of-a-kind and imaginative! I…View More ‘Ocean Explorer 3000’ and Other Beautiful Nautical Woodcuts!
The internets is consumed recently with the Obama administration’s choice to cut funding for NASA manned space exploration. Manned missions to the moon or development…View More Manned or Unmanned?
She was at sea for 221 days. She was alone, often in dangerous places, and usually out of touch. Her predecessor had disappeared on a…View More First Atlantic Cross by a Submersible Robot