The Mariana Trench is a place of incredible mystery, the deepest point in our home planet. Like 97% of Earth's seabed, it remains completely unknown and full of the strangest life you can possibly imagine. Never-seen aliens swim and roam its lunar landscape.
It was only touched once in January 23, 1960, by two men: Jacques Piccard and Don Walsh. For a few minutes, they stayed down there, still, inside their bathyscaphe Trieste, before initiating its trip back to the surface.
That will change forever very soon.
In fact, if Sir Richard Branson, Chris Welsh and Graham Hawkes—the inventor of the Super Falcon flying submarine—have their way with their new project, one day you may go there too, to soar just above the bottom of the ocean, trying to escape the tentacles of giant luminous krakens or avoiding secret alien bases (come on, there has to be giant luminous krakens and secret alien bases down there).