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Is the band Marianas Trench still together?

Is the band Marianas Trench still together?

Marianas Trench is currently touring across 3 countries and has 4 upcoming concerts. Their next tour date is at Malkin Bowl in Vancouver, after that they’ll be at Donington Park in Castle Donington.

How much of the Mariana Trench has been explored?

The Mariana Trench represents just one small part of the Earth’s last, great frontier. Less than five percent of the entire ocean has been explored, yet scientists have found that even the deep sea has great numbers of species—and the discoveries have only just begun.

How much does it cost to get to the bottom of the Mariana Trench?

You Can Now Ride a Submarine to the Deepest Point on Earth. While billionaires vie for the stars, $750,000 trips to the bottom of the Marianas Trench will begin departing in May. The Limiting Factor submarine fills her ballast tanks and prepares to dive to full ocean depth.

Is there an error on the Marianas Trench website?

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How much pressure is there in the Mariana Trench?

The crushing water pressure on the floor of the trench is more than 8 tons per square inch (703 kilograms per square meter). This is more than 1,000 times the pressure felt at sea level, or the equivalent of having 50 jumbo jets piled on top of a person. The Mariana Trench is located in the western Pacific Ocean.

Which is deeper the Grand Canyon or the Mariana Trench?

By comparison, Mount Everest stands at 29,026 feet (8,848 m) above sea level, meaning the deepest part of the Mariana Trench is 7,044 feet (2,147 m) deeper than Everest is tall. The Mariana Trench is 1,580 miles (2,542 kilometers) long — more than five times the length of the Grand Canyon.

Who was president when the Mariana Trench was created?

In 2009, President George W. Bush established the Mariana Trench Marine National Monument, which created a protected marine reserve for the approximately 195,000 square miles (506,000 square km) of seafloor and waters surrounding the remote islands. It includes most of the Mariana Trench, 21 underwater volcanoes and areas around three islands.