China's 9th Arctic Expedition Team launches underwater glider in Bering Sea

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China's ninth Arctic Expedition Team made a successful launch of the autonomous underwater glider "Haiyi" (sea wings) in Bering Sea on Saturday. 
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Photo taken on July 28, 2018 shows the underwater glider "Haiyi" on China's Icebreaker "Xue Long," or "Snow Dragon," at Bering Sea. China's ninth Arctic Expedition Team made a successful launch of the autonomous underwater glider "Haiyi" (sea wings) in Bering Sea on Saturday. The China's independently-developed underwater glider is used to monitor the deep-sea environment in vast areas. 

Scientists set the underwater glider "Haiyi" on China's Icebreaker "Xue Long,"  or "Snow Dragon," at Bering Sea, on July 28, 2018. 

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Scientists set the underwater glider "Haiyi" on China's Icebreaker "Xue Long,"  or "Snow Dragon," at Bering Sea, on July 28, 2018. 

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Scientists set the underwater glider "Haiyi" on China's Icebreaker "Xue Long,"  or "Snow Dragon," at Bering Sea, on July 28, 2018.

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