Chile's President Sebastian Pinera, left, smiles as formerly trapped miner Jose Ojeda holds up the note Ojeda wrote revealing that all the miners had survived the collaspe, during the inauguration of a museum honoring the 33 trapped miners, in Copiapo, Chile, Friday Aug. 5, 2011. Friday marked the first anniversary of the San Jose mine collapse. The note reads in Spanish: "We are all good in the refuge, the 33," providing the outside world with the first words from the trapped miners. The 33 survived 69 days, 700 feet deep after an unprecedented and dramatic Oct. 13, 2010 rescue. (AP Photo/Felipe Trueba, Pool)

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Chile's President Sebastian Pinera, left, smiles as formerly trapped miner Jose Ojeda holds up the note Ojeda wrote revealing that all the miners had survived the collaspe, during the inauguration of a museum honoring the 33 trapped miners, in Copiapo, Chile, Friday Aug. 5, 2011. Friday marked the first anniversary of the San Jose mine collapse. The note reads in Spanish: "We are all good in the refuge, the 33," providing the outside world with the first words from the trapped miners. The 33 survived 69 days, 700 feet deep after an unprecedented and dramatic Oct. 13, 2010 rescue.  (AP Photo/Felipe Trueba, Pool)
Chile's President Sebastian Pinera, left, smiles as formerly trapped miner Jose Ojeda holds up the note Ojeda wrote revealing that all the miners had survived the collaspe, during the inauguration of a museum honoring the 33 trapped miners, in Copiapo, Chile, Friday Aug. 5, 2011. Friday marked the first anniversary of the San Jose mine collapse. The note reads in Spanish: "We are all good in the refuge, the 33," providing the outside world with the first words from the trapped miners. The 33 survived 69 days, 700 feet deep after an unprecedented and dramatic Oct. 13, 2010 rescue. (AP Photo/Felipe Trueba, Pool)
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