Filmmaker James Cameron set the record this week for the world's
deepest solo submarine dive and says he next plans to dive even deeper
in a matter of weeks.
National Geographic reports that Cameron set the 5.1-mile record on Tuesday, during testing
of the submarine Deepsea Challenger off the coast of Papua New Guinea.
And with the world record in hand, the Academy Award winning director
says he will now travel to the depths of the Mariana Trench in a matter of weeks.