S.S. Terra Nova mast as seen in the underwater video frame filmed from R/V Falkor using SHRIMP (Simple High Resolution IMaging Package).
Image by Schmidt Ocean Institute courtesy Schmidt Ocean Institute, SOURCE
The Terra Nova held up in the Antarctic packice December 13th, 1910.
Image by Herbert George Ponting courtesy Scott Polar Research Institute, SOURCE
Scott’s lost ship, Terra Nova, discovered off the Greenland coast
Posted: Aug 16, 2012 03:32 am EDT
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(Newsdesk) A research team aboard a ship of the Schmidt Ocean Institute discovered the wreck of the Antarctic ship off the coast of Greenland. During the epic 1910-13 British Antarctic Expedition, Captain Robert Falcon Scott sailed with Terra Nova to Antarctica in an attempt to be the first to discover the South Pole. During the time that Scott and his men were on their way to the South Pole and back Terra Nova was on a science mission along the Antarctic coast and returned to New Zealand to pick up provisions. In...
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