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Frank Hurley

Despite attempts to free the 'Endurance' from the ice on February 14th and 15th, 1915, the ship was inextricably stuck. “What the ice gets, the ice keeps,” Shackleton once said. In the hazy days leading up to the Endurance sinking, captain and expert navigator Frank Worsley was unable to take an accurate location reading. Without reliable data, the ship’s location has remained a mystery for more than a century.


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