Opening the words "Xiangyanghong 10" set off from Zhoushan, Zhejiang Province at the end of last year, passed through the South China Sea and crossed the Strait of the Straits, and went to the Indian Ocean to perform the Chinese Ocean 49 expedition. The expedition is scheduled to take 250 days and is divided into 5 segments with a predicted range of over 25,000 nautical miles. In order to vividly record this oceanic scientific expedition, the journalist of Science and Technology Daily participated in the third and fourth segment reporting tasks on board the ship, and set up a “Indonean Southwest Indian Ocean” column to provide mineral resources for the China Ocean 49 voyage in the Southwest Indian Ocean Contract Zone. The investigation of ecological environment and geological structure followed up in real time and explained in detail. What are the mysteries of science in the Southwest Indian Ocean? The front-line reporter will show you one by one.
“The deck was prepared before and after, ready to leave the dock.” At about 9:00 on March 15 local time, under the order of the cockpit, the “Xiangyanghong 10” expedition vessel for various handover tasks and life supply was completed in Port Louis, Mauritius. Set sail again.