Keeping two submersibles and the decoder in the optimal configuration is a delicate task. (AP Photo/David Keyton)
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Explorers are set to deliver the first live video broadcast from deep below an ocean's surface. Early this week, a submersible is expected to dive to 300 meters off the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean and send images to a satellite transmitter on the mother ship.The challenge is to transmit live video from the depths without restricting the free-roaming submersible.Once the live footage reaches the mother ship, it will be fed into a video control room where the best images will be selected and sent around the world.
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