Yankee Interview

Schachter, Ron
September 2005
Yankee;Sep2005, Vol. 69 Issue 7, p154
Interviews marine archaeologist Robert Ballard. Views on the discovery of the sunken ship Titanic; Technologies used in his deep-sea expeditions; Toughest challenge as a marine explorer.


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