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because they were the first men to go down to the bottom of the Marianna's trench and they are still the only men who have ever been down that deep.

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Why is Jacques piccard important?

he was important because him and don walsh made it down to the mariana trench no human had been before.


Who was first to reach the bottom of the mariana trench?

The first person to reach the bottom of the Mariana Trench was Don Walsh and Jacques Piccard in 1960 aboard the Bathyscaphe Trieste. They descended to a depth of about 10,916 meters (35,814 feet) in the Challenger Deep, the deepest part of the trench.


The Mariana Trench - Last Exploration with man crew submarine?

In January 1960, Jacques Piccard and Lt. Don Walsh of the US Navy made the descent in the submarine Trieste to the floor of the Mariana trough


What is the deepest spot in the ocean visited by submarines?

The deepest spot in the ocean is the Marianna Trench with a depth of 35,760 ft (about 7 miles) it was last visited by Jacques Piccard and Lt. Don Walsh in the submarine "Trieste" in January of 1960.


When was Don Piccard born?

Don Piccard was born in 1926.


Name the person who has reached the bottom of the mariana trench?

Jacque Piccard and Don Walsh were aboard the only manned submarine to ever reach the bottom in a sub named trieste.


Have anyone went to the bottom of Marianas trench?

The Italian-German built USS Trieste went down to the bottom of the Marianas Trench, at least 35,000 feet down in the Pacific with a two man crew- Jacques Piccard and Lt. Donald Walsh of the USN. This was in the early sixties. no mishaps! the record still stands for a manned and controlled submersible- a Bathyscaphe. The sub was largely built in Italy but had a Krupp-designed and built pressure sphere protecting the crew. It was operated by the U.S. Navy as the USS prefix indicates.


Who were rick Walsh and don Walsh?

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Who made the deepest ocean descent and in what?

On January 23, 1960, Jacques Piccard and U.S. Navy Lieutenant Don Walsh together descended 10,911 meters, or 35,797 feet, into a section of the Marianna Trench known as the Challenger Deep. They did it aboard the deep-diving research bathyscaphe "Trieste". The Marianna Trench is located deep in the Pacific Ocean, near the island of Guam. Since that time, no one has tried to break this world record event.


What was the name of the first submarine to dive to the bottom of the Mariana trench?

The Swiss-designed, Italian-built, United States Navy bathyscaphe Trieste reached the bottom at 1:06 p.m. on January 23, 1960, with U.S. Navy Lieutenant Don Walsh and Jacques Piccard on board. Only three descents have ever been achieved. The first was the manned descent by Trieste in 1960. This was followed by the unmanned ROVs Kaikō in 1996 and Nereus in 2009.


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Who played lead guitar with the eagles besides Joe Walsh was with the band since 1976?

Don Felder. If you check out the Eagles "Hell Freezes Over" video, Joe Walsh and Don Felder are both playing lead guitar.