As I write this post, James Cameron is at the ocean’s deepest point.

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Here are my choices for The Best Sites To Learn About James Cameron’s Record-Setting Dive:

James Cameron Completes Record-Breaking Mariana Trench Dive is from National Geographic.

Deepsea Challenge is the official website of the dive, and has tons of multimedia resources, like this video:

Filmmaker in Submarine Voyages to Bottom of Sea is from The New York Times.

James Cameron Now at Ocean’s Deepest Point is from National Geographic.

James Cameron dives to deepest ocean point is from the BBC.

First Look: James Cameron’s Sci-Fi Sub for Deepest Dive is from the National Geographic.

Here’s a National Geographic video showing how they were able to determine it was the ocean’s deepest point:

Here are some CNN videos:

Tiny Sub Used In Dive

Cameron Prepares For Dive

Cameron Gives Tour of Sub

Mariana Trench

A video about the 1960 dive to the same area:

James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenger: an interactive guide is from The Guardian.

In pictures: Dive to Mariana Trench is from The BBC.

Scroll to see the ocean’s deepest depths is a BBC infographic.

Cameron talks about his dive at this BBC video.

Here’s another video where Cameron talks about the dive:

If you want to learn more about what drives Cameron, you can watch this TED Talk:

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