While there were no purple leviathans or Loch Ness monsters, Cameron found more than 60 new microbial species and took enough images, observations and DNA samples to keep marine biologists, geologists and cosmologists busy for months.
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We explored outward to the moon and outer space at the end of the 20th century, but we entered the 21st century managing to overlook this continent-size frontier right on our own planet.
By: Douglas Main, LiveScience Staff Writer
Published: 03/26/2013 12:43 PM EDT on LiveScience
One year after James Cameron made a solo dive to the ...
By: Becky Oskin, OurAmazingPlanet Staff Writer
Published: 12/05/2012 04:58 PM EST on OurAmazingPlanet
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By: OurAmazingPlanet Staff
Published: 04/29/2012 12:12 PM EDT on OurAmazingPlanet
Barely a month after filmmaker James Cameron piloted a newfang...
HONOLULU — Hollywood icon James Cameron has completed his journey to Earth's deepest point.
The director of "Titanic," "Avatar" and other films...
By: Andrea Mustain
Published: 03/08/2012 10:31 AM EST on OurAmazingPlanet
Filmmaker and explorer James Cameron has unveiled plans to visit the d...
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