A total of four dives in eight days made it the first submersible to ever visit the bottom of the Challenger Deep a few times, capturing videos and conducting efficiency tests in the process.
With his dives, Vescovo became the first person to have been to the summit of Mount Everest, been to the deepest recessPatrick Lahey, President of Triton Submarineses of the ocean, and skied to both the North and South poles.
The previous solo record of 35,787 feet was held by film director James Cameron set in March 2012.
In among the prawn-like creatures, diver Victor Vescovo also found pollution.
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Victor Vescovo and his submarine "The Limiting Factor" are recovered after completing the deepest dive in history.
"It was very disappointing to see obvious human contamination of the deepest point in the ocean", Vescovo was quoted as saying by news agency Reuters.
A key mission objective was to capture video evidence of what was at the bottom of the Challenger Deep, which was first explored in 1960 by oceanographers Don Walsh and Jacques Piccard in submersible called Bathyscaphe Trieste.
They also discovered brightly coloured rocky outcrops, possibly created by microbes on the seabed, and collected samples of rock from the seafloor. "Most importantly we have opened the door to the final frontier-the exploration of the hadal zone and the workings of the deepest parts of the world's oceans", said Rob McCallum of EYOS Expeditions, whose company is managing the expedition.
"It is nearly indescribable how excited all of us are about achieving what we just did", Vescovo said. Vescovo's dive was the deepest on record.
"That is my honest hope - to sell the system to an institute, government, or individual, that can use the whole diving system to advance marine science for decades to come". It is built to dive for 16 hours at a time-but also has emergency air supplies for a further 96 hours. "That is the story of our species, and I am just so happy that even if in a small way, I have been able to contribute to forward progress". "And then I came up".