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"Mir" Vehicles to Submerge in Geneva Lake
17.06.2010 10:22

"Mir" submersible

Next research submersion of the Mir submersible vehicles is scheduled for 2011 and aimed at studying Geneva lake.
      Next summer famous Russian Mir submersibles will travel to Geneva lake with a research mission, supporting student exchange between Russia and Switzerland. The expedition will last at least 2 months.
      Mir submersibles and their carrier vessel Akademik Keldysh were built for oceanology research and rescue missions. They participated in deep-water shooting of Titanic remains for James Camerons well-known movie.
      Geneva lake is second largest fresh-water lake in Europe, located in Switzerland and France.
      Source: RIA Novosti


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