TheNew footage captured of the Titanic, in the highest resolution quality to date, shows an “amazing level of detail,” according to the company that shared the images, OceanGate Expeditions.
The 8K video shared on Youtube is, according to the company, “the first scene of its kind.” In this new resolution it is possible to see precisely the bow of the ship, the harbor anchor, its massive chain and the number one hull. As the name of the anchor maker, Noah Hingley & Sons, clearly shows.
These details are, for Rory Golden, veteran diver for OceanGate’s Titanic member, “exciting” because, after so many years, they allow the discovery of “new details that were not very obvious to previous generations of camera technologies.”
According to Sky News, Rory stated that “one of the most amazing clips shows one of the single-ended boilers that fell to the ocean floor when the Titanic split in two,” noting that “it is remarkable that it was one of the single-ended boilers that were first discovered Once when the sinking of the Titanic was discovered in 1985.”
In the images, OceanGate reports that you can see slight changes in the wreckage from last year’s mission, and revealed that it will be examined by experts to determine the ship’s decomposition rate.
It is reported that the Titanic sank on April 15, 1912 after hitting an iceberg, killing 1,500 people and sinking the ship, which is about four thousand meters deep, to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.
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