Piligrim device can locate mines 3,000 m underwater

Sunday, 17 October 2010 15:16

The Piligrim submersible, designed by engineers at the Far Eastern branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, was successfully tested at Vladivostok before being handed over to the Emergencies Ministry.
Using this device, technicians will be able to locate radioactive and chemical objects and mines and torpedoes from the Second World War. According to the ministry, there are about 16,000 hazardous objects like this in Russian waters.

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