Posts Tagged ‘Bermuda Triangle’

Apollo F-1 Engine Returns to Cape Canaveral

Mar 14 2014

The Seabed Worker’s unique wake trailed to the east as the morning sun glowed on the NASA vehicle assembly building in the west. After more than 40 years on the bottom of the ocean, the F-1 engines were returning to NASA and back to the famous Apollo launching grounds at Cape Canaveral. The team had […]

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The Apollo F-1 Engine Recovery

Mar 06 2014

We had located our first engine. The engine was heavily damaged with no identifying features visible. We decided to move on to the next debris field in hopes of finding an intact engine with a serial number which would confirm the mission origin. The sonar specialist provided the corrected target position to the navigator who […]

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How Do you Recover An Apollo Rocket Engine from 3 Miles Beneath the Bermuda Triangle?

Aug 16 2013

One single footprint represents mankind’s greatest scientific achievement. An image of that human spoor cast in lunar dust is interminably linked with Neil Armstrong’s famous quote: “That’s one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind.” It was not just America’s step but a leap for mankind. Such a simple movement and yet so […]

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