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Novembre 20, 2018

Considered an important find by archaeologists in the 1950’s, the Vasa shipwreck helped scientists understand more about naval voyages during the 17th century when sea travel became most prominent. The Vasa was a Swedish warship which set sail in 1628, but only traveled about 1,400 yards before sinking.

Centuries later the wreckage was discovered with most of the ship completely intact including its hull. The artifacts included weapons, clothes, cannons, sails, coins and even the remains of humans!
 

 

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November 20, 2018
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Raising of the Vasa, a Swedish warship sunk in 1628

Novembre 20, 2018 Considered an important find by archaeologists in the 1950’s, the Vasa shipwreck helped scientists understand more about naval voyages during the 17th century […]
November 19, 2018
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Home Built Back To The Future II Time Traveling DeLorean Hovercraft For Sale

November 15, 2018 This is the eBay auction for a custom built hovercraft that looks like the time traveling DeLorean from Back To The Future II. […]
November 10, 2018
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Antarctica and the history of lost continents

By Jörg Ebbing, Peter Haas, Fausto Ferraccioli, Folker Pappa,Wolfgang Szwillus & Johannes Bouman – Scientific Reports – 05 November 2018 Abstract Curvature components derived from satellite […]
November 9, 2018
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Search on after Japanese island ‘disappears’

Jack Guy, CNN • Updated 2nd November 2018 On a bad day, you might lose your wallet or keys, but it’s a lot harder to lose […]