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Here are the Bridgeview cups having arrived safely in Australia and on the ship. (A. Macdonald)

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I have to apologize. We never did get a real close up of the 12 oz cups the students decorated alongside a ruler.
(A. Macdonald)

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Here they are after their trip to 6000 m.
(A. Macdonald)

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Here are the cups we made for the teachers, Honoree (left) and Marci (right). Marci's was an 8oz cup and it came out clearly smaller than the 12 oz cups.
(A. Macdonald)

Your Cups

Hello Bridgeview EII,

We sent all your cups down to 6000 m (6 km or 3.7 miles) when were crossing the Kermadec Trench just to the east of New Zealand. The trench itself is much deeper. At at 32.5S, the deepest place we found was 9226 m. Unfortunately, we couldn't send our instruments down that far. We had to stop at 6000 m.




Last updated: February 2, 2010
 


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