Chinese underwater glider sets new endurance record

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China’s newly-developed SeaWing 1000 underwater glider has set a new national record after working continuously for 91 days without any malfunction in the South China Sea. The glider was retrieved by scientists from Shenyang Institute of Automation (SIA) under Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) on Thursday. During its 1,884-kilometer voyage, the glider collected the data of altogether 488 cross-sections. Both its sailing distance and data volume set national records as well.

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2 thoughts on “Chinese underwater glider sets new endurance record

  1. Chinese are the most shameless people on the planet..

    you see … it's a true copy from America… trust no Chinese they are thieves and their job is to steal others property.. the same Chinese thieves also has stolen drone technology from America and now producing cheap drones ha.. ha.. shameless people you are… however Chinese thieves also the world's first manufacturer of fake virginity kit for women, which is used by thousands of chunki sx workers in America and other nations

  2. Looks just like the one they stole off the US.  Copied their technology, pass it off as their own.  They have been doing this for years.

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