Erebus


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(Greek mythology) Greek god of darkness who dwelt in the underworld

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Franklin and his crew set out in two ships, the Erebus and the Terror.
Other Inuit had seen it too, most of them hunters, a few in planes, but who was going to believe them when the Royal Navy and the Coast Guard were already out with sonar and magnetometers that can say scientifically where something is--the same things they used two years earlier when the first ship, the Erebus , was found off an unnamed island in Queen Maud Gulf, an island, whose name in Inukitut means the place where the big ship is, or the place where the ship went down.
Most of the DNA from plants and animals that the researchers sampled from caves at Mount Erebus, one of the biggest volcanoes on Antarctica, could be found in other locations on the continent, but not all.
Booth demonstrations will include information on the Big Data Platform (BDP) and Analytics, as well as Project Erebus, MacBs Tactical Wireless Exploitation Platform.
Watson, a war reporter and author, describes the hunt for the lost Franklin Expedition of 1845, whose two ships, the HMS Erebus and HMS Terror, and their crew of 129 people were lost in the Arctic.
For example, the very first two sentences of Chapter 1 get wrong the date of the Erebus discovery press conference in Ottawa on 10 September 2014 and claim that a "red-eye flight-for-one" brought Parks Canada archaeologist Ryan Harris there.
For now, the Terror and Erebus (which was discovered in 2014) remain at the bottom of the Arctic.
HMS Terror was accompanied by HMS Erebus which also went missing but was found 31 miles away in 2014.
Last seen in the 1840s while under the command of Sir John Franklin, HMS Erebus and HMS Terror have long been among the most sought-after prizes in marine archaeology and the subject of songs, poems and novels.
Few Canadians who read newspapers or watch mainstream media could have missed the euphoria in September 2014, when one of the long-lost ships of the Sir John Franklin Expedition, HMS Erebus, was found at the bottom of the Arctic Ocean by a diverse team of public and private partners.
His first ship was HMS Erebus, followed by HMS Fiji which was torpedoed while on escort duty.
Erebus - Pontiac, MI: New to Erebus this year are the Dungeon of Dread, filled with unnerving, tormented souls that are sure to make your blood run cold, and the Undead Dolls Quarter, where toys that once filled the dreams of children are now a living nightmare for adults.
It most recently launched a new label, Erebus Pictures, with media mogul Gene Simmons, which is set to finance and produce elevated horror movies.
An introduction by Ken McGoogan provides readers with background on the 2014 discovery of the wreck of one of Franklin's ships, HMS Erebus, and connects these events to the 19th century story.