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If you have ever wanted to go deep - real deep - and you have about a million bucks to spare, you may be interested in the new Deep Flight Super Falcon. With planned operational depths of up to 1,500 feet, the Super Falcon doesn't rely on the conventional submersible technology that uses ballast tanks to submerge or surface, but, rather, it relies on its wings. It actually "flies" through the water similar to the way a plane flies through the air, hence the "Deep Flight" part of its name. The craft is also positively buoyant, so if it loses power it simply floats back to the surface.