10 - E=mc2

(Part 1)

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These Are The Voyages

The Post-War Era

1958 Enterprise
The last HMS Enterprise of the 20th Century was a hydrographic survey ship commissioned in 1958. She participated in the search for the wreck of the Titanic.
[Photo: National Maritime Museum]

2003 Enterprise
The newest HMS Enterprise was commissioned in October 2003
as a multi-role hydrographic and oceanographic survey vessel.
[Photo: Royal Navy]

Atoms for the Navy

1961 Enterprise
The world's first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, the USS Enterprise (CVAN/CVN-65), was constructed at the Newport News Shipyards. She was
commissioned in November 1961.
[Photo: U.S. Naval Institute]

1961 Enterprise
As shown in this photo, taken during shakedown cruise, the Enterprise was extremely maneuverable for a ship of her size -- 1,123 feet long.
[Photo: U.S. Naval Institute]

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