Sanders Manning reads a book and a scuba diver delivers supplies to men in SEALAB I during an experiment, Atlantic Ocean.
Atlantic Ocean Date:1964 Duration:3 min 33 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. Navy conducts experiment underwater to test man's ability to live under water in the Atlantic Ocean. A sign 'SEALAB I' written on an underwater sea laboratory. A scuba diver wearing oxygen mask swims underwater near the laboratory. U.S. Navy written on SEALAB I. Fishes swim underwater. The scuba diver stands on a platform. The Augus Island platform. The men look at the close circuit television. A scuba diver with supplies descends in water. A sign reads 'Welcome to Inner Space'. Lieutenant Commander Robert Thompson, Medical Doctor seated on a chair inside SEALAB I. He checks the carbon dioxide level. Chief Hospital Corpsman Sanders Manning reads a book. Gunners Mate First Class Lester Anderson speaks into a microphone. He communicates with Commander of SEALAB I Captain George F. Bond. They both talk to each other. A man wearing special equipment leaves the underwater sea laboratory. He takes reading from a meter. The fishes swim in water. They approach the man.
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