What is the lowest natural point on Earth?
The Challenger Deep is the deepest point in the earth’s crust. Located at the southern end of the Mariana Trench, the Challenger Deep has been measured at more than 35,000 feet below sea level. The depression is named after the British Royal Navy survey ship HMS Challenger, whose expedition recorded its depth. James Cameron, director of the 1997 film “Titanic,” is one of only a handful of people to explore the Challenger Deep. Cameron performed the nearly seven-mile dive beneath the ocean’s surface in a submersible vehicle he designed and named the “Deepsea Challenger.”
The correct answer is Challenger Deep.