First self-sustaining underwater habitat
Last updated: September 29, 2017 at 1:52 am
BioSUB (Albury, Australia) 2007 – Australian marine scientist and diver Lloyd Godson survived for 12 days in the world’s first self-sufficient, self-sustaining underwater habitat. Godson had to generate oxygen, grow food, obtain fresh water and deal with his waste.
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