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As of early 2017, there are approximately 428 submarine cables in service around the world. The total number of cables is constantly changing as new cables enter service and older cable are decommissioned. For most of its journey across the ocean, a cable is typically as wide as a garden hose. The filaments that carry light signals are extremely thin — roughly the diameter of a human hair. Submarine Cable 101 Illustration: submarine cable schematic https://www.submarinecablemap.com/
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Map of the 1858 Atlantic submarine cable. This was the first somewhat successful attempt to connect the telegraph networks in the eastern and western hemispheres. This cable was not sturdy enough, however, and within a month ceased to work – but not before President James Buchanan and Queen Victoria could trade messages back and forth. A permanent cable was installed by 1866.