Shackleton's lost ship Endurance is found 107 years after sinking

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The wreck of Sir Ernest Shackleton's vessel Endurance has been recovered 107 years aft it became trapped successful oversea crystal and sank disconnected the seashore of Antarctica.

Falklands Maritime Heritage Trust said the woody ship, which had not been seen since it went down successful the Weddell Sea successful 1915, was recovered astatine a extent of 9,868 feet (3,008 metres). 

Remarkable footage of the wreck shows it has been astonishingly preserved, with the ship's instrumentality inactive intact and the sanction 'Endurance' inactive perfectly disposable connected the ship's stern.

The Endurance22 Expedition had acceptable disconnected from Cape Town, South Africa in February this year, a period aft the 100th day of Sir Ernest's decease connected a ngo to find it. 

Endurance was recovered astir 4 miles southbound of the presumption primitively recorded by the ship's skipper Frank Worsley, but wrong the hunt country defined by the expedition squad earlier its departure from Cape Town.

Back successful 1915, Sir Ernest Shackleton and his unit acceptable retired to execute the archetypal onshore crossing of Antarctica, but Endurance did not scope onshore and became trapped successful dense battalion ice, forcing the 28 men connected committee to yet wantonness ship.  

Photo issued by Falklands Maritime Heritage Trust of the stern of the wreck of Endurance, Sir Ernest Shackleton's vessel which has not been seen since it was crushed by the crystal and sank successful the Weddell Sea successful 1915

The taffrail, ship's instrumentality and aft good platform connected the wreck of Endurance, Sir Ernest Shackleton's ship, which has been recovered 100 years aft Shackleton's death

The modular bow connected the wreck of Endurance, which was recovered astatine a extent of 9,868 feet (3,008 metres) successful the Weddell Sea, wrong the hunt country defined by the expedition squad earlier its departure from Cape Town

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