Students from Seattle Central College pose with Cyclops 1 in Seattle.
Cyclops 1 crew views a bubble display while ascending to the surface.
Cyclops 1 crew get a view of the Gulf of Mexico from a depth of 457 meters.
Submersible crew boards Cyclops 1 on OceanGate's Launch and Recovery System (LARS).
One of the two control spheres that house Cyclops' electronics outside of the pressure hull.
Crew aboard Cyclops 1 prepare to lift off of LARS to begin a dive.
Submersible pilot performs a pre-dive check of life support and communication systems.
Cyclops' pilot uses 2D sonar images to safely navigate around submerged objects and shipwrecks.
Cyclops 1 aboard LARS submerged to a depth of about 5 meters.
LARS provides a stable underwater platform for Cyclops 1.
Cyclops crew prepares to lift off of LARS to begin a dive.
Cyclops 1 aboard LARS being towed to a dive location in the Gulf of Mexico.
Front view of Cyclops 1 aboard LARS.
The OceanGate operations team with Cyclops 1.
Cyclops 1 has two horizontal thrusters and two vertical thrusters.
Cyclops 1 lifts off of LARS to begin a dive to a depth of 457 meters.