However, it turns out that the deepest point on Earth that has ever been found on the seabed is only 10,000 meters or 10 kilometers deep.
It turns out that there is still a deeper point of more than Mariana trough that many people do not know.
In fact, there are many stories that exist hole is wrapped with the mystical story behind it.
The hole is located in the interior of western Russia, and even seems unkempt even though it is one of the most historic places.
In an abandoned building in one of Russia’s interior regions, it turns out to be the location of the deepest hole in the world.
What’s interesting is that this hole is purely man-made, unlike the Mariana trench which occurs due to natural processes.
The ruins of the abandoned building contained an iron cover that closed a hole that didn’t look that big.
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But who would have thought that from behind the iron cover the unexpected was in it.
This is a hole that is said to be the deepest hole in the world.
The hole, which is named Kola Superdeep Borehole, has a depth of at least about 12 kilometers or 12,000 meters.
For that reason, Kola Superdeep Borehole is said to be the deepest hole in the world beating Mariana the most.
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The fact behind the mysterious hole turns out to be a dug hole made in the 1970s by the Soviet troops at that time.
What the Soviet forces did was to find out the elements that were on the surface of the earth.
Quoting Science Alert, Sunday (9/8/2020), the expedition to dig the hole finally stopped in 1994.
Unknown to them, it is the deepest hole on Earth to date.
In excavating and searching for information by soldiers who have the task of finding out what layers are in the bowels of the earth, it is not easy.
Many incidents are experienced by diggers while starting their work digging inch by inch into the belly of the earth.
During the first seven kilometers, scientists found fossils of 24 single-celled organisms that had become extinct.
They also found rocks dating back 2.7 billion years.
That rock is what is blocking the team Soviet to dig deeper, because the rock is hotter than scientists thought.
The stone has a temperature of 180 degrees Celsius.
Then, when will the excavation be resumed? Scientists are predicting various possibilities, and of course, the expedition must continue. (*)