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Archaeologist claims to have found HMAS Sydney

Mendy (468439) writes | more than 7 years ago

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Mendy (468439) writes "Tim Ankers, a British archaeologist claims to have found the wreck of the HMAS Sydney, lost during World War 2. He says that he's done this using software he wrote called Merlindown which can analyse satelite photographs to "peer 75m into the earth and 16,000 metres beneath the seas". The Times has a little more information here"
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