Where We Live: Robert Ballard on the Titanic

We’ll talk to the man who discovered the Titanic which sunk 100 years ago

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Where We Live: Robert Ballard on the Titanic
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Where We Live: Robert Ballard on the Titanic

Dr. Robert Ballard is probably the world’s most famous explorer - in part because of his Titanic discovery - in part because of his tireless mission to uncover secrets of the deep.

He’s been in Connecticut this week to help launch a new exhibit at Mystic Aquarium called “Titanic – 12,450 Feet Below.”  He’ll also be taking part in a program at Fairfield University’s Open Vision’s Lecture Series called “The Future of our Oceans” on Monday April 23.

 

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