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Startup aims to make "permanent human presence" undersea this decade

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DEEP, a UK-based engineering firm, has said it's taking the first steps to making a "permanent human presence" under the oceans from 2027. As shown in their mock-up images, the company hopes to create futuristic modular habitats that will allow people to live underwater at depths of up to 200 meters (656 feet) for up to 28 days at a time.

The crux of their vision is the Sentinel underwater habitat, a customizable station that provides living spaces, communal areas, and research labs for scientists studying the underwater environment. 

They’re designing the Sentinel units to have a service life of 20 years and to be able to be redeployed to different locations across the world.



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I'd volunteer, where do I sign up... ?


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