Титаник сегодня.Современные фото

1 Сентября 2010, 17:45

This photo obtained September 1, 2010 courtesy of Premier Exhibitions, Inc./Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, shows the port rear railing in forcastle on theTitanic. Once feared to be in danger of collapse, this photo shows that the bow is in good condition. A high-tech expedition has been forced to suspend its efforts to create a detailed map of the wreckage of the Titanic because of the approach of Hurricane Danielle.The high tech expedition began work earlier this month to explore the ocean floor where the ship sank nearly one hundred years ago, the crew said August 26, 2010. The Titanic, a luxury passenger ship once thought to be unsinkable, hit an iceberg on April 14, 1912 and sank in the early morning of April 15, 1912, killing 1,500 people. After decades of searching, the wreckage of the Titanic was discovered in 1985 some four kilometers (2.5 miles) beneath the surface of the sea. AFP PHOTO/MANDATORY CREDIT-Premier Exhibitions, Inc. / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution/HANDOUT/RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE/NO SALES
This photo obtained September 1, 2010 courtesy of Premier Exhibitions, Inc./Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, shows the starboard side of Titanic, with a porthole and railing. Once feared to be in danger of collapse, this photo shows that the bow is in good condition. A high-tech expedition has been forced to suspend its efforts to create a detailed map of the wreckage of the Titanic because of the approach of Hurricane Danielle.The high tech expedition began work earlier this month to explore the ocean floor where the ship sank nearly one hundred years ago, the crew said August 26, 2010. The Titanic, a luxury passenger ship once thought to be unsinkable, hit an iceberg on April 14, 1912 and sank in the early morning of April 15, 1912, killing 1,500 people. After decades of searching, the wreckage of the Titanic was discovered in 1985 some four kilometers (2.5 miles) beneath the surface of the sea. AFP PHOTO/MANDATORY CREDIT-Premier Exhibitions, Inc. / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution/HANDOUT/RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE/NO SALES
This photo obtained September 1, 2010 courtesy of Premier Exhibitions, Inc./Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, shows the bow railing of the Titanic. Once feared to be in danger of collapse, this photo shows that the bow is in good condition. A high-tech expedition has been forced to suspend its efforts to create a detailed map of the wreckage of the Titanic because of the approach of Hurricane Danielle.The high tech expedition began work earlier this month to explore the ocean floor where the ship sank nearly one hundred years ago, the crew said August 26, 2010. The Titanic, a luxury passenger ship once thought to be unsinkable, hit an iceberg on April 14, 1912 and sank in the early morning of April 15, 1912, killing 1,500 people. After decades of searching, the wreckage of the Titanic was discovered in 1985 some four kilometers (2.5 miles) beneath the surface of the sea. AFP PHOTO/MANDATORY CREDIT-Premier Exhibitions, Inc. / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution/HANDOUT/RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE/NO SALES
This photo obtained September 1, 2010 courtesy of Premier Exhibitions, Inc./Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, shows the forward cargo hatch on the Titanic. Once feared to be in danger of collapse, this photo shows that the bow is in good condition. A high-tech expedition has been forced to suspend its efforts to create a detailed map of the wreckage of the Titanic because of the approach of Hurricane Danielle.The high tech expedition began work earlier this month to explore the ocean floor where the ship sank nearly one hundred years ago, the crew said August 26, 2010. The Titanic, a luxury passenger ship once thought to be unsinkable, hit an iceberg on April 14, 1912 and sank in the early morning of April 15, 1912, killing 1,500 people. After decades of searching, the wreckage of the Titanic was discovered in 1985 some four kilometers (2.5 miles) beneath the surface of the sea. AFP PHOTO/MANDATORY CREDIT-Premier Exhibitions, Inc. / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution/HANDOUT/RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE/NO SALES
This photo obtained August 31, 2010 courtesy of Premier Exhibitions, Inc./Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, shows a birds-eye view of the Titanic bow. Once feared to be in danger of collapse, this photo shows that the bow is in good condition. A high-tech expedition has been forced to suspend its efforts to create a detailed map of the wreckage of the Titanic because of the approach of Hurricane Danielle.The high tech expedition began work earlier this month to explore the ocean floor where the ship sank nearly one hundred years ago, the crew said August 26, 2010. The Titanic, a luxury passenger ship once thought to be unsinkable, hit an iceberg on April 14, 1912 and sank in the early morning of April 15, 1912, killing 1,500 people. After decades of searching, the wreckage of the Titanic was discovered in 1985 some four kilometers (2.5 miles) beneath the surface of the sea. AFP PHOTO/MANDATORY CREDIT-Premier Exhibitions, Inc. / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution/HANDOUT/RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE/NO SALES
This photo obtained September 1, 2010 courtesy of Premier Exhibitions, Inc./Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, shows a downward shot of the base of the mast on theTitanic. Once feared to be in danger of collapse, this photo shows that the bow is in good condition. A high-tech expedition has been forced to suspend its efforts to create a detailed map of the wreckage of the Titanic because of the approach of Hurricane Danielle.The high tech expedition began work earlier this month to explore the ocean floor where the ship sank nearly one hundred years ago, the crew said August 26, 2010. The Titanic, a luxury passenger ship once thought to be unsinkable, hit an iceberg on April 14, 1912 and sank in the early morning of April 15, 1912, killing 1,500 people. After decades of searching, the wreckage of the Titanic was discovered in 1985 some four kilometers (2.5 miles) beneath the surface of the sea. AFP PHOTO/MANDATORY CREDIT-Premier Exhibitions, Inc. / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution/HANDOUT/RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE/NO SALES
This photo obtained August 31, 2010 courtesy of Premier Exhibitions, Inc./Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, shows the Titanic Bow from the starboard side. Cutting-edge and 3D technology have helped to produce this picture, the clearest to date. A high-tech expedition has been forced to suspend its efforts to create a detailed map of the wreckage of the Titanic because of the approach of Hurricane Danielle.The high tech expedition began work earlier this month to explore the ocean floor where the ship sank nearly one hundred years ago, the crew said August 26, 2010. The Titanic, a luxury passenger ship once thought to be unsinkable, hit an iceberg on April 14, 1912 and sank in the early morning of April 15, 1912, killing 1,500 people. After decades of searching, the wreckage of the Titanic was discovered in 1985 some four kilometers (2.5 miles) beneath the surface of the sea. AFP PHOTO/MANDATORY CREDIT-Premier Exhibitions, Inc. / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution/HANDOUT/RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE/NO SALES

Вы сейчас просматриваете новость "Титаник сегодня.Современные фото". Другие Мировые новости смотрите в блоке "Последние новости"

Если вы нашли ошибку в тексте, выделите её мышью и нажмите Ctrl+Enter

Загрузка...