The first full-sized digital scan of the Titanic, which lies 3,800m (12,500ft) down in the Atlantic, has been created using deep-sea mapping.
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Experts aren’t certain, but the picture is still estimated at around $10,000 anyway.
Since 1987—two years after the wreck was discovered—seven trips have been made to the ship's debris field, and more than 5500 artifacts have been salvaged. Here are a few of them.
First, put on your fanciest clothes. And at 1:15 am, consider heading down to Deck D.
For their last meal, first-class passengers dined on 11 courses, including Chartreuse jelly and peaches.
Ideas about economic class informed decisions about which recovered bodies would be preserved for land burial and which would be returned to the icy seas.
Cameron’s new documentary also revisits lifeboat situation and whether the ship broke in half.