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Satellite Image of the Costa Concordia Disaster

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WorldView-1 (0.5m) Satellite Image of Costa Concordia Cruise Ship Disaster, Giglio, Italy

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(Image Copyright DigitalGlobe and Courtesy of Satellite Imaging Corporation)

Satellite image of the Costa Concordia a $450 million ship was just two hours into a week-long Mediterranean cruise when it collided with a rocky shoal off the island of Giglio on January 13, 2012, tearing open a huge hole that forced the evacuation of its 4,200 passengers and crew and killing thus far 11 people.


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