The Costa Concordia is finally upright again. Twenty months since the crash, which killed 32 and stranded 4,200, an operation to salvage the wrecked cruise ship off the coast of Italy began Monday morning and finished late into the night. The ship was righted after 19 hours of work, in a complex recovery effort which cost around $800 million. The project supervisors hoped to find two bodies still missing, but there were no sign of the crash victims. The ship's captain is currently on trial for manslaughter and abandoning ship.