A new underwater robot captured eerie, high-def scenes from sunken ship

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A new type of underwater robot has made it possible to peer deep inside the USS Arizona, the sunken naval battleship that was bombed 75 years ago at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

The remotely-operated submersible recently filmed sobering and previously unseen glimpses of the ship for the new documentary Pearl Harbor: Into the Arizona, a co-production of CuriosityStream and PBS. 

In the film, an officer’s dress uniform, now covered in algae, still hangs from its hook in the living quarters. A crewman’s hat keeps its shiny trim. A bathroom cabinet holds its original contents, while a blanket covers an intact bed. Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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