British researchers are going to study underwater geysers at the bottom of the Celtic Sea, using the innovative “smart” C-Enduro catamaran, powered by solar energy.
One of the most poorly studied seas in the world is the Celtic Sea, which washed the waves of Ireland, France and Great Britain and enters the Atlantic Ocean basin. Scientists are very interested in geothermal sources scattered on the bottom of this sea, as well as the forms of life that live near underwater geysers. Continue reading
One hundred ninety-seven years ago F. F. Bellingshausen wrote in his diary:
“It is impossible to express in words the joy that appeared on the faces of all when exclaiming the shore! Coast!”
On January 22 (10), 1821, on the sloops “Vostok” and “Mirny”, “Hurray” thundered three times. Continue reading