Titanic Submarine Wreckage: The First Images of the Titan Vessel Obtained from the Ocean
After the submarine’s tragic implosion, material from the Titan was picked up from the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean on Wednesday, signaling a further advance in the continuing rescue efforts.
Almost a week following, it collapsed at a depth of about 13,000 feet near the Titanic’s wreckage, murdering all 5 of the crew members; pictures provided here by The Independent seem to capture pieces getting removed from the ships Sycamore and Horizon Arctic at the Canadian Coast Guard pier in St. John’s, Newfoundland.
The Titan has not been seen for the first time until Sunday, June 18, around two hours after it began its journey to the Titanic materials. As per the site, an international group of organizations will now look into what might have triggered the implosion, and US underwater officials intend to release a study targeted at increasing the security of submersibles globally.