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In 1997, oceanographer Jacques-Yves Cousteau died in Paris at age 87. In 2009, death claimed Michael Jackson, the "King of Pop," in Los Angeles at age 50 and actress Farrah Fawcett in Santa Monica, California, at age 62. Ten years ago: A suicide bomber ...

1965 Academy Awards Documentary Feature Winner Jacques-Yves Cousteau

Then and Now: Meet the Blancpain Tribute to Fifty Fathoms MIL-SPEC

Robb Report
Capable of diving 91 meters below the surface (or 50 fathoms—hence the name) and equipped with both a locking rotating bezel and antimagnetic protection, the 1953 release was the perfect no-frills diving tool for any professional diver. From this ...

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Explorer, Eco-Warrior, Spy: The Battles of Jacques Cousteau

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One of the world's great adventurers—and a Resistance spy—Jacques Cousteau warned me 25 years ago that humans were reaching the point of no return on environmental destruction. ... raspberries, which he anticipated with the greedy enthusiasm of a ...

1965 Academy Awards Documentary Feature Winner Jacques-Yves Cousteau

Cruise liner launches world's first 'multi-sensory underwater lounge' that looks like a Bond villain's lair

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The lines of the lounge are supposed to remind the passengers of cetaceans and jellyfish, with two large portholes that look out onto the subaquatic world. There are also three digital screens that project the images filmed live by three underwater ...

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