In Hoyo Negro itself, cave divers had the job of securing the delicate equipment. The cenote is more than 55 meters (180 feet) deep. No light penetrates the bottom of the cenote, so in addition to the sophisticated camera technology, Corey Jaskolski and other engineers had to make sure the area they were photographing was well-lit.

Photograph courtesy Roberto Chavez-Arce
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