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After nearly five hours, the Trieste reached the Challenger Deep at a depth 10,916 meters below sea level. The Trieste spent 20 minutes exploring this area before resurfacing. Panerai Luminor Chrono Replica Deep Sea Special was in perfect working order, while Trieste had a small crack on one of its outer Plexiglas window but otherwise was unharmed. This was an incredible achievement for both the crew and watch. Panerai Luminor Chrono Replica would use this experience to create the Oyster Perpetual Sea-Dweller,Panerai Replica which was able to withstand 4,000 feet under water pressure.

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Under the Pole

The number of scientific expeditions to study the dangers posed by the warming Poles has increased over the years due to the growing awareness about the impact of climate changes and ozone depletion. The globe's environment relies on maintaining jetstreams, preserving Arctic and Antarctica ice and other factors. It's important to research the effects of reduced snowfall in the region.

Panerai Luminor Chrono Replica has made a significant contribution to the study of these impacts. In 2010, Panerai Luminor Chrono Replica sponsored the first Deep Sea Under the Pole expedition led by French Explorer Ghislain Barrout. The team of eight spent three years planning the trip and organising it with the goal of creating a photographic report and video of the underwater world beneath the ice cap.

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They spent 45 days traveling to the North Pole, and completed 52 dives.

The team was prepared physically and mentally to endure the extreme cold but it still came as a shock when it continued for 45 consecutive days. Bardout said that "frostbite" was a constant enemy. The team did not stop and has since completed two other expeditions. Under the Pole III, a 36 month expedition with a team of multi-disciplinary scientists, will be traversing the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans in order to study the polar systems at both the North Pole and South Pole, as well changes in marine biology. The expedition is both an educational program and a way to gather scientific data that can be used by other scientists.

30.05.2023 | UHG Hohenrain