How deep is the Ocean, how deep can we go?
Asked by Sumeet Goel, 27 Feb '09 05:36 pm
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Most parts of the ocean are about 5 kilometers (3 miles) deep. However, deep ocean trenches can be as much as 11 km (7 miles) deep. The deepest point in the world's oceans is the Challenger Deep, in the Marianas Trench; its depth is 11.03 km (36,200 feet). In 1953, the bathyscaphe Trieste descended to 35,800 ft (10.91 km) in the Challenger Deep. The Trieste was manned by Jacques Piccard and Don Walsh; it was built by Jacques and his father, AugusteAnswered by PARTHA PATHAK, 27 Feb '09 05:39 pm
12 KmsAnswered by Messenger, 02 Apr '09 12:20 pm
Still it is unknown because nobody was able to check the depth of barmuda triangle.Answered by fardeen, 27 Feb '09 10:12 pm