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Titanic Collection

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The Titanic, Illuminated (April 2012)

One hundred years after the ship sent its SOS: “Now we know where everything is.”

A Long Last Look at Titanic (December 1986)
Robert D. Ballard, co- leader of the expedition that found the historic shipwreck last year, returns for a detailed exploration, aided by two ingenious seeing- eye undersea vehicles.

How We Found Titanic (December 1985)
A U. S. -French scientific expedition, led by Robert D. Ballard and Jean- Louis Michel, uses high technology to locate the wrecked liner two and a half miles down in the North Atlantic and record unforgettable images.

 

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  • National Geographic April 2012

    Climb of Her Life

    Her husband turned back. Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner plunged ahead in a risky effort to conquer K2.

    Masks That Make Magic

    In Africa and its diaspora a mask can turn you into a god - or send a message to the pooh-bahs.

    The Titanic, Illuminated

    One hundred years after the ship sent its SOS: "Now we know where everything is."

    { Poster } How it sank and where it rests

    Walking With Ghosts

    With the aid of robotic avatars, James Cameron has spent nearly 500 hours exploring the Titanic.

    Flocking Flamingos

    They really do stick together - and that may increase their odds of survival in a perilous world.

    Where Slaves Ruled

    In Brazil they escaped plantations, created secret societies, and today fight for legal rights.

     

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  • National Geographic December 1986

    Tsetse- -The Deadly Fly { Tsetse- -Fly of the Deadly Sleep}
    Scourge to cattle and humans alike in Africa, the tsetse fly stirs debate over land use. Georg Gerster investigates the continuing war to control the insect.
    Ghosts on the Little Bighorn: Custer and the Warriors of the Plains
    After a 1983 praire fire cleared brush along Montana's Little Bighorn River, archaeologists recovered artifacts that shed new light on Custer's Last Stand. Robert Paul Jordan reports on the still controversial 1876 battle. Photographs by Scott Rutherfo
    Halley's Comet 1986 { Halley's Comet ' 86- -Much More Than Met the Eye}
    The dazzling traveler that many watchers missed revealed its secrets to telescope, spacecraft, and jet aircraft, Rick Gore reports.
    A Long Last Look at [ Titanic]
    Robert D. Ballard, co- leader of the expedition that found the historic shipwreck last year, returns for a detailed exploration, aided by two ingenious seeing- eye undersea vehicles.
    Westminster, the Palace That Became Parliament
    Over the centuries a onetime royal residence in London has been transformed into the permanent home of Britain's lawmaking body. Patrick Cormack, member of the House of Commons, traces its history and traditions. Photogrpahs by Adan Woolfitt.

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  • National Geographic December 1985

    Daniel Boone, First Hero of the Frontier
    Sorting fact from fiction, Elizabeth A. Moize tells the story of the legendary frontier hero. Photographs by William Strode.
    How We Found [ Titanic]
    A U. S. -French scientific expedition, led by Robert D. Ballard and Jean- Louis Michel, uses high technology to locate the wrecked liner two and a half miles down in the North Atlantic and record unforgettable images.
    Vatican City
    The world's smallest sovereign state is also the powerful heart and headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church and its 800 million members. James Fallows and photographer James L. Stanfield provide an intimate tour, including a closeup perspective of the
    Vatican City { The Photographer's Perspective}
    James L. Stanfield's portrait of Pope John Paul II.
    Vatican City { Treasures of the Vatican}
    Drawn from the centuries, select masterpieces in the Vatican's dazzling collection are revealed by staff photographers James L. Stanfield and Victor R. Boswell, Jr.
    Nicaragua: Nation in Conflict
    Mike Edwards travels the length and breadth of this key Central American nation to report on the Sandinista revolution, now entering its seventh year. Photographs by veteran cameraman James Nachtwey.

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