Nereus (carbyd fo-honn)

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Ta'n Nereus ny charbyd fo-honn seyr-obbragh crosh-sheelragh (HROV, sorçh carbyd fo smaght foddey) va troggit ec Undinys Mooir-oaylleeagh Woods Hole (UMWH ny WHOI ayns Baarle). V'eh troggit dys obbyr y yannoo ec diunidyn dys 36,000 trieyn (11,000 m), as v'eh yn cummey echey na jargaght dys ronsaghey y yannoo ayns Challenger Deep, y boayl towshanit s'diuney 'syn 'aarkey dowanagh. Hoshee yn Nemeus er jurnaa dys Challenger Deep ayns Boaldyn 2009, as raink eh dys y vun er 31 Boaldyn, 2009.[1][2][3]

Jeeagh er neesht[reagh]

  • Trieste, y chied vaatey fo-honn fo laue skimmee er roshtyn dys Challenger Deep er 23 Jerrey Geuree 1960
  • Kaikō, y vroddag varrey mooar robotagh Hapaanagh, y chied cheayrtagh seyr-obbragh da'n chlash er 24 Mart 1995

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. "Old rivalries surface as US races to sea's deepest spot", The Sunday Times UK (22 Toshiaght Arree 2009). Feddynit magh er 2009-02-22.  (Baarle)
  2. "Robot sub reaches deepest ocean", BBC. Feddynit magh er 2009-06-03.  (Baarle)
  3. Robot submarine dives to the deepest part of the ocean controlled by a 7-mile cable as thin as single human hair. Daily Mail (2009-06-03). Feddynit er 2009-06-03. (Baarle)

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