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Google Maps, the coordinates will reveal the exact location of the Titanic wreck is an eerie site that has to be one of history’s deadliest maritime disaster.
Remarkable new images of the Titanic wreck site, which is apparent in the ill-fated liner, the deterioration of the North-Atlantic sea-floor.
The first 4K footage of the wreckage that were captured earlier in the month, while on an expedition, which was the first manned submersible dive to the site, and at the age of 14. The high-resolution images will be part of a documentary by London-based Atlantic Productions.
“Following the well-established legal protocols, and under the observation of an on board NOAA representative on the panel of experts and scientists have examined the remains of the ship, and for the record, for the first time, an extraordinary native 4K material with the aid of a specially adapted camera, the recording of the wreck, and in a way that’s never been seen before,” said Atlantic Productions, in a statement.
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The Titanic hit an iceberg at 11:40 a.m., the ship on 14th April 1912 and sank two hours later with the loss of over 1,500 lives.
New figures show that the deterioration of the wreck of the Titanic. (Atlantic Productions)
The ship, which was owned by the White Star Line, resting at a depth of 12,500 feet, 370 km to the south of the island of Newfoundland.
The exploration team will have five dives to the Titanic, over a period of eight days. Peace in the bitter cold water, and is subject to change in the ocean currents, the wreck is in a state of disrepair.
“Salt and corrosion, the metal-eating bacteria, and a deep sense of the current action will have the greatest impact on the wreck site,” said Atlantic Productions ‘ in her statement. “The team found an area of deterioration was in the officer’s quarters, where the captain had left his room. Here, the hull began to break down, taking into account the staterooms.”
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Titanic historian Parks Stephenson used to describe the deterioration of the officer’s quarters as “shocking,” and noted that the captain’s quarters, it had also fallen victim to the ravages of time and the sea.
“The Captain’s bathtub is a perfect illustration of the ‘Titanic’ director won and that’s the way,” he said in a statement. “That’s the whole of the deck and the hole on that side is collapsing with the staterooms, and the decline continues.”
Terrifying footage of the dive, produced by the BBC, reveals that the Titanic is rusting bow of the ship is a wrecked hull. In spite of the remains of the rapidly deteriorating situation, the glass can still be seen in some of the Titanic’s portholes.
Victor Vescovo, CHIEF of the underwater technology specialist, Caladan Ocean and the submersible pilot, said that even with all of the deterioration, he was still shocked by the extent of the wreck site.
“It’s a great wreck, and I wasn’t quite prepared for just how big it was,” he said in a statement. “It was a very, very special for all of you to see it, and it is the most amazing moment was when I was on the side of the Titanic, as well as the bright lights of the submarine was found off of a website and it came back, it was as if the ship was winking at me. It was nothing short of amazing.”
TRAGICALLY, THE TITANIC LETTER SELLS FOR $166G IN AN AUCTION
The expedition used a submersible from Triton Submarines, was directed by Rob McCallum of EYOS Expeditions.
For more than 100 years after the Titanic’s sinking, the disaster and continues to be a source of fascination. In 2017, there will be a sea-stained letter recovered from the body of a Titanic victim, and was sold at an auction for $166,000.
The sextant was used by the captain of the rescue ship Carpathia sold for less than $97,000 in 2016. A cup, presented by Titanic survivor Molly Brown and the Carpathia captain, was sold for $200,000 at the end of 2015.
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