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Retracing the Titanic for posterity

Scientists to create 3-D map of wreck site

The Titanic departed England in April 1912 on its maiden voyage. Scientists will created a 3-D map of the wreckage, which lies on the Atlantic floor. The Titanic departed England in April 1912 on its maiden voyage. Scientists will created a 3-D map of the wreckage, which lies on the Atlantic floor. (Associated Press/ File)
By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / August 16, 2010

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A team of top scientists, launching what is billed as the most ambitious and advanced survey of the Titanic, sets out next week to map in photographic detail the entire wreck site, and reconstruct in electronic form the ruins scattered on the seabed. (Full article: 979 words)

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