According to the British Daily Mail on March 18, the UAV operator and photographer Alessandro belgiojoso recently photographed the dawaza day in the Karakum Desert in Turkmenistan. 11. Why should we implement the "Anyang is a big city, interconnected +" new material action? However, the high-definition spectacular picture of the gas burning pit and the Related videos were posted on social media, which triggered everyone. How much do you know about the fixture of the testing machine? Attention
the diameter of dawaza natural gas combustion pit is 69 meters, the depth is 30 meters, and the temperature in the pit can reach 1000 degrees Celsius. The burning pit was formed in 1971 and has been burning for 48 years
(alexandro, the UAV operator and photographer, took a high-definition and spectacular picture of the dawaza natural gas burning pit)
alexandro said: "Its background story attracted me very much. At that time, the Soviet Union drilled a large amount of natural gas in the desert, and the wrong calculation led to the collapse of the drilling platform. The surrounding area was uninhabitable, and burning out the dangerous gas was the best way to deal with it. However, things didn't work out, and the gas couldn't burn out, which also attracted a wave of tourists to come and watch. The government was not very happy."
George kourounis, a 44 year old explorer from Canada, is the first person to step into the "gate of hell". He has studied volcanoes in the past, trying to walk on the surface of volcanic pits and collect soil samples. He completed the challenge in the winter of 2013 and found that the soil there was rich in methane. At that time, he wore a heat reflective suit, a respirator and a customized Kevlar fiber strap and went down to the pit. About 15 minutes later, he was pulled out
he said, "this is an unprecedented challenge, with a lot of uncertainty. How hot is the bottom? Can the air breathe? Can the rope hold? What should I do if there is a problem? No one knows the answer. When I reached the bottom of the valley, I felt like stepping on a strange alien planet, which was breathtaking and exciting. I was the first person who struggled here in the world and made a contribution to science. I love everything about the expedition!" (Zhu yingku)