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Expedition Titanic 2010

In 1985, a WHOI-led team discovered the site of the most fabled shipwreck in history—the RMS Titanic. In 1986, a group returned to examine the wreck in more detail (above). Today, another team sets off from St. John’s, Newfoundland, for the wreck that includes WHOI’s Director of Special Projects Dave Gallo, research specialist Bill Lange, and members of the REMUS operating group. Expedition Titanic will deploy the WHOI-designed autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) REMUS and other instruments to survey the wreck and surrounding seafloor in high-definition and three-dimensions.

(Photo by Dan Fornari, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)


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