The Deepest Days, by R Sténuit

The Deepest Days
Robert Sténuit

Robert Sténuit was the chief diver in the Man in the Sea Project during which time he lived in an undersea habitat pioneering the way for the Sealab exploits.

Hardback with dust jacket in cellophane wrapper.  Tear on front of dust jacket. Front inside flap clipped at top edge. Otherwise in very good condition.

Challenge of the Depths
Edwin Link: pilot, inventor, explorer of the deep
Sea Diver II: Archaeology under the sea
Syracuse: The beginning of the Man in the Sea Project
Villefanche-sur-Mer: The first big dive
Planning for the deepest days
A tent on the bottom of the sea
Dry runs in Florida
The Deepest Days
The beginning

222 pages
16 pages of black and white photographs.
142 mm x 210 mm (5.5 in x is 8.25 in)
1966, Hodder and Stoughton


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Additional information

Weight .7 kg
Dimensions 30 × 18 × 3 cm