Portrait of noted undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau (1910 - 1997). In a major contribution to marine exploration, he co-invented the scuba system in 1943. Photo taken in Boston, 1978.
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This 09 April 1995 file photo shows French undersea explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau(L) posing with his wife Francine(R). Cousteau died 25 June at the age of 87, aides said. Cousteau's voyages aboard the Calypso were the subject of more...More
Portrait dated 09 April 1995 in Cannes, southeast of France, of Jacques-Yves Cousteau, French undersea explorer and naturalist, during a press conference. Cousteau (1910-97) was a co-inventor of the Aqualung diving apparatus (1943) and...More
Close-up portrait of noted undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau (1910 - 1997). He co-invented the scuba system in 1943. Photo taken in Boston, 1978.
French naval officer and underwater explorer Jacques Yves Cousteau (1910 - 1997), who in 1957 was appointed director of the Institute of Oceanography in Monaco.
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The Cousteaus and their crew relax in a submersible after work, Shaab Rumi Reef, Red Sea
Jacques Cousteau gestures at his latest underwater research vessel, the bathyscaph 'Calypso', in Puerto Rico.
Jacques Cousteau the French undersea explorer stands by his bathyscaph 'Calypso' on a dockside in New York, USA, 1st September 1959
Jacques Cousteau's crew celebrate setting a record for the deepest anchor ever dropped, off the Cote d'Ivoire, Atlantic Ocean.
French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau (1910 - 1997) hosts a party on board his research vessel 'Calypso' before the showing of George Clouzot's film 'Le Monde Du Silence' at the Cannes Film Festival. Present are (left to right) Edith...More
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