Scientists will broadcast from a depth of 300 m off the coast of the Seychelles

The broadcast will be carried out from two underwater vehicles - they will be one of the first scientific

tools designed to studythe least explored Indian Ocean at a depth of over 100 m. Scientists note that until now the Indian Ocean near the Seychelles has been explored only at the depth of a scuba diver's dive.

The main objective of the mission is to assess the impact that global climate change has had on the Indian Ocean. However, the broadcast will not be publicly available, the agency notes.

Technicians and videographers will select the most successful shots that the Associated Press will publish within a week - thus, only scientists will see the full version of the video.

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