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RMS Titanic


A New Ship’s Mission: Let the Deep Sea Be Seen

New York Times

Mr. Dalio was thinking of buying the Alucia when a team of WHOI experts used the vessel and an undersea robot to find the shattered remains of Air France Flight 447, which in 2009 had vanished over the South Atlantic with 228 passengers. Other search teams had failed, and Mr. Dalio saw the 2011 success as an indication of the field’s exploratory promise.

How the Titanic was lost and found

MSN

“Everyone has their own opinion” as to how long Titanic will remain more or less intact, said research specialist Bill Lange of WHOI.”Some people think the bow will collapse in a year or two,” Lange said. “But others say it’s going to be there for hundreds of years.”

RMS Titanic

What is the RMS Titanic The Royal Mail Ship (RMS) Titanic was a passenger and mail ship that hit an iceberg…

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Farewell to the Knorr

Farewell to the Knorr

Over its 44-year career, the retiring research vessel Knorr was on the scene for many of the most significant discoveries in the ocean.

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David Gallo Selected for Explorers Club Lowell Thomas Award

David Gallo

The Explorers Club has chosen David Gallo, Director of Special Projects at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), as one of the recipients of this year’s Lowell Thomas Award. He is among six recipients who will be honored for their “imagination in exploration” at a dinner on October 11, 2014, at the Bowers Museum in Southern California.

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The Quest to Map Titanic

The Quest to Map Titanic

Bill Lange was aboard Knorr in 1985 when the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution research vessel brought back the first grainy…

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A Titanic Tale

A Titanic Tale

<!– –> In June of 1985, news came that Bob Ballard aboard the research vessel Knorr had found the RMS…

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