Amazon founder Jeff Bezos claimed success Wednesday in his mission to recover Apollo 11 moon mission engines that plunged into the ocean decades ago.
This image released by the Bezos Expeditions shows expeditions workers on March 19, 2013 examining an F-1 thrust chamber from the Apollo 11 mission to the Moon. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced that a year after discovering the rocket engines of Apollo 11 at 14,000 feet (4267.2 meters) in the Atlantic Ocean, the Bezos Expedition had retrieved "many prime pieces."
"We found so much," Bezos said in a blog posting en route to land after three weeks at sea for his Bezos Expeditions project.
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