- What do you think about scuba diving?
- What would you like see underwater?
- depth /depth/
- although /awl-THOH/
- entire /en-TAHYUHR/
- discover /dih-SKUHV-er/
- specialize /SPESH-uh-lahyz/
[noun] – the distance down either from the top of something to the bottom, or to a distance below the top surface of something
The depth of this sea is impossible to be reached.
[conjunction] – despite the fact that
He decided to go, although I begged him not to.
[adjective] – whole or complete, with nothing missing
He used his entire time asleep.
[verb] – to find information, a place, or an object, especially for the first time
Who discovered America?
[verb] – to study or work on a particular subject or skill more than any others, so that you become an expert in it
She hired a lawyer who specializes in this kind of case.
The shipwreck was discovered on March 31 by Caladan Oceanic, a private company based in the United States that specializes in ocean expeditions. The DSV Limiting Factor, the company’s exploration vessel, surveyed the wreck, which was discovered to be more than 100 feet deeper than previously believed and lying more than four miles underneath the Pacific’s surface. Let’s talk more about it. Caladan Oceanic was founded by Victor Vescovo, a former US Navy commander with a long-standing passion for exploring some of the world’s most remote locations. He holds the record for being the first person to fly to the top of every continent, both poles, and the bottom of every ocean on the planet. Vescovo achieved yet another target with the survey of the USS Johnston: completing the world’s deepest shipwreck dive. He was at the Limiting Factor’s controls for the entire process, which took place in two eight-hour segments over two days.
The USS Johnston was sunk during the Battle of Samar on October 25, 1944. It was one of four naval battles that made up the Battle of Leyte Gulf, one of the largest naval battles in history, according to the US Naval History and Heritage Command (NHHC). For Carl Schuster, a former Navy captain and Hawaii Pacific University instructor, it’s something he can be proud of, by being able to “bring clarity and closure to the Johnston, its crew, and the families of those who fell there.”
- What is known as the world’s deepest shipwreck?
- When was the shipwreck discovered?
- Who founded the Caladan Oceanic?
- What kind of record does he hold?
- Waht does NHHC stand for?
- What do you think is the importance of filming the world’s deepest recorded shipwreck?
- What do you think were the reactions of the US-based crew when they first saw USS Jonhston?
- What can you say about the US-based crew who mapped and filmed USS Jonhston?
- What artifacts do you know about? Please tell me about it.
- Would you also be interested to explore the ocean what is beneath it? Why or why not?