Shocking, never-before-seen photos of the wreckage of the Titanic

Some incredible photos of the wreckage of one of the great works of the 20th century, the Titanic, have come to light.

In April 1912, on its maiden voyage from Great Britain to America, the ship hit an iceberg and sank, killing more than 1,500 people.

A full-size digital scan of the Titanic at a depth of 3,800 meters in the Atlantic Ocean has been carried out for the first time using deep-sea mapping technology.

This produced unique 3D images of the entire ship and it looks like there is no water around.

Experts hope that the digital scan will help shed light on what ultimately happened to the ship that caused it to sink.

Parks expert Stephen Sonn said there are still many unanswered questions about the accident.

He said that this 3D model of the Titanic is the first step towards uncovering the real story based on evidence, away from speculation.

After sinking, the wreckage of this ship also became a mystery and was discovered in 1985 after more than 7 decades.

But this ship is so big that the cameras can only take blurry pictures of it and it is not possible to show the entire wreckage, but with the help of new technology, the entire wreckage was scanned and a clear view of it was shown.

This ship is divided into 2 parts and exists at the bottom of the sea. A deep-sea mapping company began work on the project in the summer of 2022.

For this purpose, the help of submarines was taken which were controlled by experts on board a special ship and for more than 200 hours the length and breadth of the wreck was surveyed.

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Experts took more than 700,000 photos from every angle of the plane and then created a 3D model with their help.

Experts said that it was not less than a challenge to work at a depth of around 4,000 meters while we were not even allowed to touch anything as it could damage the debris.

He said that one of the challenges was to map every square centimeter of the ship.

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