DIVE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE WORLD
       
     
 WHOI engineer Matt Heintz pilots Nereus to Challenger Deep, while biologist Tim Shank and geologist Patty Fryer scan the seafloor.
       
     
       
     
 Producer/writer Colette, cameraman Jeff Streich and sound recordist Spence Palermo joined a team from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Hawaii as they launched a revolutionary vehicle named Nereus to survive and explore the depths.
       
     
 Launching Nereus down to the deepest place on Earth. 
       
     
DIVE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE WORLD
       
     
DIVE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE WORLD

Challenger Deep in the Mariana Trench—190 miles from Guam in the South Pacific—is the deepest, most inhospitable place on the Earth. Colette produced and wrote this one-hour film about breakthrough technology, scientific exploration and some of the people who first explored the deepest place on Earth.

Broadcaster: Science Channel, Discovery Worldwide

 WHOI engineer Matt Heintz pilots Nereus to Challenger Deep, while biologist Tim Shank and geologist Patty Fryer scan the seafloor.
       
     

WHOI engineer Matt Heintz pilots Nereus to Challenger Deep, while biologist Tim Shank and geologist Patty Fryer scan the seafloor.

       
     
DIVE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE WORLD TEASE
 Producer/writer Colette, cameraman Jeff Streich and sound recordist Spence Palermo joined a team from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Hawaii as they launched a revolutionary vehicle named Nereus to survive and explore the depths.
       
     

Producer/writer Colette, cameraman Jeff Streich and sound recordist Spence Palermo joined a team from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Hawaii as they launched a revolutionary vehicle named Nereus to survive and explore the depths.

 Launching Nereus down to the deepest place on Earth. 
       
     

Launching Nereus down to the deepest place on Earth.