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A (possibly) 700 years old shipwreck has been discovered at the bottom (410m) of Norway’s largest lake, Mjøsa.
For centuries, ships and boats have travelled the lake’s waters, but they were never examined beyond scuba diving depth of around 20-30 metres.
The mapping of the sea bottom of Mjøsa started a couple of weeks ago and the shipwreck was found at 410 metres, by the autonomous underwater vehicle ‘Hugin’ from the ‘Norwegian Defence Research Establishment’. Read more on Sciencenorway.no