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Life aboard Sealab II | Sealab | American Experience | PBS

When Sealab II was raised to the surface on October 11th, 1965, it had been manned continuously for 45 days, including Scott Carpenter’s record stay of 30 days below. Despite the dangers of spending such a stretch of time more than 200 feet below the surface, the crew settled into an easy-going routine during their mission.

Learn more about our documentary SEALAB, including where to watch the full film: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/films/sealab/