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Journey to the Centre of the Earth (Penguin Popular Classics)

by Jules Verne | Literature & Fiction | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 0140621393 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingDeepswampwing of Björkhagen, Stockholm Sweden on 6/1/2009
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Journal Entry 1 by wingDeepswampwing from Björkhagen, Stockholm Sweden on Monday, June 1, 2009
One of the finest adventures of science and exploration ever written. When Axel deciphers an old parchment that describes a secret passage through a volcano to the centre of the earth, nothing will stop his eccentric Uncle Lidenbrock from setting out at once. So, with silent Hans the guide, the two men embark on a perilous, astonishing, terrifying journey through the subterranean world - the most incredible voyage ever!

Journal Entry 2 by wingDeepswampwing at Äspö labb in Oskarshamn, Småland Sweden on Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Released 9 yrs ago (8/8/2013 UTC) at Äspö labb in Oskarshamn, Småland Sweden


The Äspö Hard Rock Laboratory is a research facility for future geological disposal of spent nuclear fuel. At the laboratory a series of experiments are performed at depths of 500 meters into the bedrock. The laboratory is used by both Swedish and international experts. There is no spent nuclear fuel on the site which makes it possible to keep the Äspö laboratory open to the public. There is an exhibition at the site with information and also guided tours via a tunnel down through the bedrock which takes the visitors as far as 500 meters below ground

This release is done by Team Nangijalas as a part of the 2013 Bookcrossing Olympics
For the event Diving - The book released at the lowest point below sea level.

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