Burber Hans Haas Fifty Fathom Awards And ‘dragon’ Manned Submersible

Professor Hans Haas was born on January 23, 1919, and is a pioneer in the field of diving and marine research. His research results are very fruitful, including a large number of video materials and more than 30 undergraduate books and books. From 1937 to 1959, Professor Haas led a number of remote sea exploration programs, during which he used his own underwater cameras to record adventures. Professor Haas remained loyal to his dream of the sea until his later years: in 2005 he personally launched into the Maldives to examine the impact of the recent tsunami on the underwater world. His research laid a solid foundation for diving investigations. He has set an example for generations of divers and researchers around the world, and continues to inspire them.
 To commemorate this pioneer, the Hans Hass Award, named after him, aims to recognize industries that have made significant achievements in the field of undersea scientific research and art and humanities (underwater photography, marine literature, etc.) person. Now that it has passed ten years, the award has so far been based on contributions and breakthroughs as the criterion for selecting winners. In 2013, on the sixtieth anniversary of Blancpain’s Fifty Fathoms series, the brand brought the glory of this Deep Sea King series into this international award, co-casting with the Hans Haas Award Jury Refining Blancpain Hans Hass Fifty Fathoms Award. Blancpain is honored to award the Fifty Fathoms to the winners in recognition of its brilliant achievements in the deep sea world. The back of this watch is specially engraved with a logo tailored specifically for the Blancpain Fifty Fifth Prize.

List of previous winners:

2003
Ernie Brooks II, American marine ecological photographer
2004
James Cameron, American deep-sea explorer and well-known film director
2005
Daniel Mercier, Chairman of the Cote D’Azur Regional Education Committee, France, and National Coach;
Founded ‘World Festival of Underwater Images’ and served as chairman and organizer
2006
Stanton Waterman, American marine photographer, five Emmy winners
2007
Bev Morgan, American marine explorer, inventor, and first American diving professional
2008 & 2009
Award vacancies
2010
Sylvia Earle, Marine Scientist, Chief Scientist, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
2011 & 2012
Award vacancies
2013
Laurent Ballesta, French marine biologist and marine photographer
2014
Chinese ‘Liaolong’ manned submersible (collective award)
Cui Weicheng, the first deputy chief designer of the overall and integration project of the ‘Longlong’ (personal award)

‘Liaolong’ manned submersible
 In order to promote the development of China’s deep-sea carrier technology, provide important high-tech equipment for China’s oceanic international seabed resources investigation and scientific research, and develop common technologies for China’s deep-sea exploration and subsea operations, the Ministry of Science and Technology of China listed the development of deep-sea manned submersible vehicles as A major project of the National High-Tech Research and Development Plan (863 Plan), initiated the self-design, independent integrated research and development of the ‘Jiaolong’ manned submersible. The application fields of the ‘Jiaolong’ include: carrying scientists and engineering technicians into the deep ocean, maneuvering, hovering, correctly positioning and fixed-slope slopes on complex seabeds such as seamounts, ocean ridges, basins and hydrothermal vents, and effectively performing marine geology , Marine geophysics, marine geochemistry, marine geoenvironment and marine life.

‘Liaolong’ is about to enter the sea

Submariner manipulating manipulators to guard against dive markers

 ‘Liaolong’ has the following characteristics: the maximum dive depth is 7062 meters, which means that the submersible can be used in a wide sea area accounting for 99.8% of the world’s oceanic area; it has a stable hovering for the operation target, which completes the high altitude of the submersible. Accurate operation tasks provide reliable guarantee; with advanced underwater acoustic communication and submarine micro-surface detection capabilities, high-speed transmission of images and voices, and detection of small targets on the bottom of the sea; equipped with a variety of high performance, to ensure that manned submersibles in special marine environments Or complete complex tasks such as fidelity sampling and submerged core drilling under subsea geological conditions.
 The successful development and sea trial of the ‘Jiaolong’ manned submersible vehicle marked that China has systematically mastered the design, construction, and test technology of high-depth manned diving, and has achieved a transition from tracking and imitation to independent integration and independent innovation, and entered the world Manned deep dive into the ranks of advanced countries. This wise ‘Dragon Brain’ is flowing with pure Chinese origin-independently developed by the Chinese Academy of Sciences. In 2014, under the leadership of the State Oceanic Administration of China, the proud achievements of the ‘Longlong’ manned submersible made the whole world amazed. This is not only an important contribution to the undersea scientific research of all human beings, but also a demonstration of the Chinese dream Bright song of the sea.

Simple And Elegant Texture, Just Right Sexy Clé De Cartier Watch In The Eyes Of Sophia Coppola

‘I have always been in love with Cartier, it is a symbol of elegant design, classic heritage, excellent craftsmanship and deep history.’ —— Sophia Coppola

Cartier’s ‘friend of the brand’ Sofia Coppola wears Clé de Cartier watch © Andrew Durham
   Cartier is known for its international elegance, and Sofia Coppola has the same reputation. Today, this famous movie director and fashion icon has become Cartier’s new ‘brand friend’.
   There are many regrets between Cartier and Coppola. Cartier described the ‘friend of the brand’ as synonymous with ‘talent, creativity, style, unique vision and concept.’ Coppola admired Cartier’s ‘classic and timeless’ design and loved its ‘real’ and ‘rich’ texture. In her opinion, ‘Cartier is always just right’, and she likes ‘the romantic and gorgeous side of Cartier’s history’, especially in the 1940s and 1970s. She believes that ‘a great Cartier piece has a unique story.’
   Whether it is daily life or attending special events, Sophia Coppola always wears Clé de Cartier watch on his wrist. ‘Clé de Cartier is not only easy to match with various shapes, but also can become the highlight of the entire shape. When it contrasts with the skin’s luster, it looks very sexy. It is beautiful and low-key, with an extraordinary temperament, but it will not take the lead.’ La said, ‘Cartier has always been leading the fashion trend. In the 1980s, everyone, men and women, liked to wear men’s watches. And when you wear Clé de Cartier, you will feel like this, as if wearing a Men’s watches, which have a great temperament and have a neutral charm. I like this style of ladies’ menswear. ‘
   As a long-established pioneer in creative watchmaking, Cartier’s subversive design has refreshed people’s inherent concept of watch styling. The Clé de Cartier watch has also lived up to expectations. Clé means key in French, and Clé de Cartier is named after the key-like winding crown. This unique and romantic design is reminiscent of the ancient tradition of using keys to wind timepieces. The rounded appearance of the Clé de Cartier watch with a compact curve shows the balance of power and elegance; the curved line that fits the wrist creates a harmonious and comfortable touch; the simple design exudes calmness and timeless elegance.
   As a loyal supporter of Cartier, Coppola’s collection of Cartier works includes a wedding ring, a mini Tank watch, a Menotte bracelet, Paris Nouvelle Vague new wave bracelet, Trinity bracelet, Love bracelet and a cheetah Ring. ‘Cartier’s works are rich and versatile, both for daily wear and gorgeous works specially designed for dinner occasions.’ Of course, Coppola himself is also an expert in versatile shapes. Her dress style is youthful and fashionable, and she can easily switch between casual T-shirts, V-neck sweaters, jeans and dress gowns at the shooting scene.
Celebrities: Sofia Coppola
   Sophia Coppola, a famous director and screenwriter, was born on May 14, 1971 in California, USA, and is a member of the Coppola family, a famous Hollywood celebrity. Her father is the famous American director Francis Ford Coppola, who has won six Oscars including Best Director and Lifetime Achievement Award.
   Sophia Coppola inherited his father’s talent for film. With her own screenplay, director and production film, Lost Tokyo, she became the first woman in American history to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Director, and eventually won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. Sophia Coppola’s works are famous for being few and fine. In the 2013 British film magazine ‘Film Encyclopedia’, the selection of ‘hundred great directors in history’, Sophia Coppola was on the list and became the only one selected. Female director.
Clé de Cartier watch

Cartier 1847 MC workshop refined automatic mechanical movement
Case: 18K white gold
Diameter: 35 mm
Key crown: set with a sapphire
18K White Gold Bracelet
Case thickness: 11.04 mm, bezel set with brilliant-cut round diamonds