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Timelapse from the Victoria Strait Expedition

  • Oct 02, 2014
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As you read news stories detailing the find of one of the lost Franklin Expedition ships in the Arctic, it may be difficult to picture what it would be like to be on the search. This timelapse video, taken by Joshua R. Thienpont, a W. Garfield Weston Postdoctoral Fellow, provides a glimpse of what passengers on board One Ocean Expeditions’ Voyager saw as they searched the Arctic during this summer’s Victoria Strait Expedition.

For all the latest news, visit the Canadian Geographic‘s Franklin Expedition section of our website.

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