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Man in the Sea, : the story of Sealab II. 1966

Author: M Scott Carpenter; United States. Bureau of Naval Weapons.; Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Library. Archives.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Film : English
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The film was made by the U.S. Navy Bureau of Naval Weapons. It describes the activities associated with Sealab II, an experiment with the objective of attempting to colonize the Continental Shelf. It asks how many men can live beneath the sea, for how long, and to what depth. Two teams of men work for 15 consecutive days each inside the Sealab II structure, 205 feet deep, one mile off La Jolla, California. Astronaut
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Material Type: Film
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: M Scott Carpenter; United States. Bureau of Naval Weapons.; Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Library. Archives.
OCLC Number: 35851508
Notes: "U.S. Navy Bureau of Naval Weapons, MN10100B."
Description: 1 reel (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 16 mm. print.
Other Titles: Story of Sealab II
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SIO Manuscripts.

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The film was made by the U.S. Navy Bureau of Naval Weapons. It describes the activities associated with Sealab II, an experiment with the objective of attempting to colonize the Continental Shelf. It asks how many men can live beneath the sea, for how long, and to what depth. Two teams of men work for 15 consecutive days each inside the Sealab II structure, 205 feet deep, one mile off La Jolla, California. Astronaut Scott Carpenter, Sealab II team commander, remains under water in the habitat for the full duration of the project, 32 consecutive days.

The film documents advanced knowledge of physiological factors affecting prolonged human habitation under the sea. The film includes images of the use of dolphins by man and scuba diving equipment.

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