WATCH: Time-Lapse Video Of The Costa Concordia Being Righted : The Two-Way See the 19-hour operation condensed into about 60 seconds. The cruise ship, which went aground off Tuscany in January 2012, has been shifted into a vertical position.
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WATCH: Time-Lapse Video Of The Costa Concordia Being Righted

Take a minute if you want a break from the heavy news to see the cruise ship Costa Concordia being brought into an upright position.

Reuters is among several news outlets that have posted time-lapse video, condensing the 19-hour Monday-into-Tuesday operation into about 60 seconds.

As we said earlier, the ship ran aground off the coast of Tuscany in January 2012. Thirty-two people died. Two bodies have yet to be recovered.