Published a unique survey of the sunken “Titanic” – video

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 A unique shooting of the sunken “Titanic” – video has been published

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution WHOI has published a unique video footage of the sunken ship, which was made during research on the Alvin” in July 1986. According to the institute, most of the footage has never been made available to the public before.

The wreckage of the Titanic” were originally discovered by Dr. Robert Ballard of WHOI and a French team in 1985. In September 1985, a team of scientists discovered a ship lying at a depth of 4 km 595 km off the coast of Newfoundland in Canada. Dr. Ballard later said that the search was actually a front in a hunt initiated by President Ronald Reagan to find two lost Cold War submarines.

In July 1986, Dr. Ballard and other WHOI researchers returned to the Titanic after filming about 80 minutes of footage expedition. A second remote-controlled vessel, the Jason Jr, also participated in the dive, and some of the published footage was filmed by that vessel. explored the ship from the outside. Unique footage shows officers' quarters and a walk along the Titanic.
According to the original data published by WHOI on its YouTube channel, only in 1986 on &ldquo ;Titanic” 11 dives were made.

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