PHOTOS China's 9th Arctic Expedition Team launches underwater glider in Bering Sea

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China's 9th Arctic Expedition Team launches underwater glider in Bering Sea

Xinhua

09:23, July 29, 2018

Photo taken on July 28, 2018 shows the underwater glider "Haiyi" on China's Icebreaker "Xue Long", or "Snow Dragon", at Bering Sea. China's ninth Arctic Expedition Team made a successful launch of the autonomous underwater glider "Haiyi" (sea wings) in Bering Sea on Saturday. The China's independently-developed underwater glider is used to is used to monitor the deep-sea environment in vast areas. (Xinhua/Shen Cheng)

Scientists set the underwater glider "Haiyi" on China's Icebreaker "Xue Long" , or "Snow Dragon", at Bering Sea, on July 28, 2018. China's ninth Arctic Expedition Team made a successful launch of the autonomous underwater glider "Haiyi" (sea wings) in Bering Sea on Saturday. The China's independently-developed underwater glider is used to is used to monitor the deep-sea environment in vast areas. (Xinhua/Shen Cheng)

Scientists set the underwater glider "Haiyi" on China's Icebreaker "Xue Long" , or "Snow Dragon", at Bering Sea, on July 28, 2018. China's ninth Arctic Expedition Team made a successful launch of the autonomous underwater glider "Haiyi" (sea wings) in Bering Sea on Saturday. The China's independently-developed underwater glider is used to is used to monitor the deep-sea environment in vast areas. (Xinhua/Shen Cheng)

Scientists set the underwater glider "Haiyi" on China's Icebreaker "Xue Long" , or "Snow Dragon", at Bering Sea, on July 28, 2018. China's ninth Arctic Expedition Team made a successful launch of the autonomous underwater glider "Haiyi" (sea wings) in Bering Sea on Saturday. The China's independently-developed underwater glider is used to is used to monitor the deep-sea environment in vast areas. (Xinhua/Shen Cheng)

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