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Portrait of Drebbel, c. 1631
Portrait of Drebbel, c. 1631
"Perpetuum mobile" clock by Drebbel
"Perpetuum mobile" clock by Drebbel
First navigable submarine
First navigable submarine
Reconstruction of the Drebbel, Richmond upon Thames. In 2002, the British boatbuilder Mark Edwards built a wooden submarine based on the original vers
Reconstruction of the Drebbel, Richmond upon Thames. In 2002, the British boatbuilder Mark Edwards built a wooden submarine based on the original version by Drebbel. It was shown in the BBC TV programme Building the Impossible in 2002.
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US Virginia-class submarine underway in Groton, Connecticut, July 2004
US Virginia-class submarine underway in Groton, Connecticut, July 2004
Russian Akula-class submarine of the Northern Fleet, in 2008
Russian Akula-class submarine of the Northern Fleet, in 2008
An early submersible craft, built by Cornelis Drebbel, propelled by oars
An early submersible craft, built by Cornelis Drebbel, propelled by oars
1806 illustration by Robert Fulton showing a "plunging boat"
1806 illustration by Robert Fulton showing a "plunging boat"