Deepest point of the Earth

Did you know that the Everest would not emerge to the surface if it were placed in the deepest point of the ocean? The “Marianas Trench” marine trench is the deepest known to date and it is the deepest point of the earth’s crust. It is located at the bottom of the north-west Pacific, east and south of the Mariana Islands, 11 ° 21 ‘N 142 ° 12’ E (near Guam and the Philippines). The measurements of the “Marianas Trench” which was formed by the subduction of two tectonic plates, has resulted in a depth of about 11 kilometers (11,033 feet). Under such grave mountaintops is higher than any mountain land.The mysterious land below lies just east of the exotic islands of the Philippines. Many researchers who study Marianas Trench often stay in the Philippines for more accessibility. They often rent a Cebu hotel for the night, and then set off sailing to explore the deep abyss

Marianas Trench Deep point
Marianas Trench Deep point
Marianas Trench 3d
Marianas Trench 3d

By Elsi H

Photo 1: livescience, Photo 2: nationalgeographic