BUENOS AIRES, Argentina – Newly released photograph shows the sea-harvest on an Argentinian navy boat recently found one year after…
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina –
Newly released photograph shows the sea-harvest on an Argentinian navy boat recently found one year after it disappeared.
The business of finding ARA San Juan, which disappeared with 44 crews aboard November 15, 2017, is crowned in a video shot aboard a ship owned by Ocean Infinity, a company employing the Argentine government to shed the sea for the lost submarine .
“Our thoughts are with the many families affected by this horrible. We really hope that the location of ARA San Juan’s resting places will be a bit of comfort for those who have to be a hard time,” says Ocean Infinity CEO Oliver Plunkett in one
The Argentine government announced Saturday that the submarine had been placed 2,625 feet below the surface of the Valdes Peninsula. Although the ship’s remains were found, the Argentine government recognized on Saturday that it lacked the right technology to pick it up. Officials still decide what to do next , said Defense Secretary Oscar Aguad.
The discovery was announced only two days after the disappearance of the sailors’ families held an anniversary one year after the delay disappeared.
The German-built diesel electric TR-1
700 class bubble was ordered in the mid 1980s and was last renovated between 2008 and 2014. Under 12 million retrofitting, f articulated in half and replaced its engines and batteries. Experts say repairs can be difficult because they involve integrated systems produced by different manufacturers, and even the slightest mistake during the cutting phase can jeopardize ship and crew safety.
Navy said earlier that the captain reported on Nov. 15 that water went into the snorkel and caused one of the sub’s batteries to short circuit. The captain later announced that it had remained.
A few hours later an explosion was detected near time and place where San Juan was last heard. Navy said that the explosion could have been caused by a “concentration of hydrogen” triggered by the battery problem reported by the captain.
Associated Press contributed to this report.