First-time full-size scans reveal debris never seen before


The first full-size digital scan of the Titanic, located at a depth of 3,800 meters in the Atlantic, was created using deep-sea mapping. This scan allows us to see a unique 3D view of the entire ship as if it were not underwater. Thus, we had the opportunity to understand exactly what happened to the giant ship that sank in 1912.

On its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York, the Titanic hit an iceberg and sank. It is known that more than 1,500 people died in this incident.

“There are still questions and fundamental questions to be answered about the ship,” Titanic analyst Parks Stephenson told BBC News. Your new 3D model “One of the first big steps in guiding the Titanic story into evidence-based research, not speculation” says it is.


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