Finding the Titanic : how images from the ocean depths fueled interest in the doomed ship / by Michael Burgan.
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- ISBN: 9780756556402
- ISBN: 0756556406
- ISBN: 9780756556440
- ISBN: 0756556449
- Physical Description: 64 pages : black & white, color illustrations ; 27 cm
- Publisher: North Mankato, Minnesota : Compass Point Books, a Capstone imprint, 
- Copyright: ©2018
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Includes bibliographical references (page 63) and index.
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Chapter One: Searching for the Titanic -- Chapter Two: The best of its day -- Chapter Three: Digging deeper into the wreckage -- Chapter Four: The fascination continues -- Timeline.
On the night of April 14, 1912, as it made its first voyage, the luxury steamship Titanic struck an iceberg. Then, a few hours after midnight on April 15, the ship sank thousands of feet before settling on the ocean floor. And that s where it stayed, whereabouts unknown, for the next 73 years until it was discovered by oceanographer Robert Ballard and his crew. The pictures and video Ballard brought back from the 1985 discovery helped stir new interest in the Titanic s voyage and its resting spot.
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