Suddenly, there was a horrible screeching. And according to an e-mail message written by a crew member, the inside of the submarine quickly resembled a scene from the movie ''The Matrix.'' He wrote, ''Everything slowed down and levitated and then went flying forward faster than the brain can process.''
Submarine Crash Shows Navy Had Gaps in Mapping System
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January 15, 2005, Saturday
By CHRISTOPHER DREW (NYT); National Desk
Late Edition - Final, Section A, Page 1, Column 3, 1527 words
DISPLAYING ABSTRACT - Defense Dept officials say commercial satellite photograph taken in 1999 shows undersea mountain in location where nuclear-powered submarine San Francisco crashed in South Pacific on Jan 8; say older navigation charts provided to Navy were never updated to show it; one sailor was killed and about 60 others were wounded in crash; new information about charting flaws provides glimpse into arcane task of plotting undersea world that in some areas is still more mysterious than surfaces of Mars or Venus; satellite data show that many sea charts, including some that still rely on notations from days when sailors navigated by stars, are inaccurate
Correction: June 23, 2005, Thursday Several articles early this year about a Navy submarine that crashed into an undersea mountain in the Pacific Ocean on Jan. 8 misstated the precise location. It was just north of the Equator, not in the South Pacific. The error appeared on Jan. 11, 12, 15 and 23, Feb. 12 and March 13. The location, first classified, was later specified by the Navy as 7 degrees 44.7 minutes north latitude and 147 degrees 11.6 minutes east longitude.
так вот полагаю, что ни советская лунная программа не могла отправить людей НА Луну
в начале 70х, НИ АМЕРИКАНСКАЯ ТОЖЕ!
Не имели мы ракеты, не было и у американцев тоже.
Не было у нас ЛПУ, не было и ЛМ у американцев.
Каким-то неведомым образом, проблема разрешилась так...