U.S. researchers uncovered the sunken remains of a WWII aircraft carrier that sunk in 1942.
The USS Wasp was sunk by the Japanese submarine I-19 in the Coral Sea.
176 crew members died.
Researchers made the discovery back in January and this week they unveiled their findings.
The wreck was found near the Solomon Islands at a depth of nearly 14,000 feet.
An unmanned camera took shots of the sunken ship, including the anchor and anti-aircraft guns.
Work was sponsored by the Paul G Allen's Vulcan Inc.