Descending into the Biggest Cave on Earth

As Martin Edström and his team mounted the #SonDoong360 expedition to the world's largest cave, they were nervous to see whether the lights they brought were strong enough. It's impossible to simulate the world's largest cave beforehand - so they just had to trust the lights were enough. With turning on the X-LED lights for the first time during the expedition, the team could finally rest easy. The lights were indeed powerful enough to create epic effects inside the huge limestone caves - and the team could start capturing the cave on camera. #SonDoong360

How Swedish photographer and journalist Martin Edström—working for National Geographic—has provided the world with a dazzling first-ever look deep into Son Doong cave. Read More

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