Sun. Jun 23rd, 2024
Titan Submersible


The Titan submarine owned by OceanGate has not been found during a protracted four-day search.

An undated image shows the descent of the OceanGate Expeditions Titan submarine as it explores the Titanic’s submerged debris off the coast of Newfoundland.

The sad deaths of all five people on board the awful submersible OceanGate have been verified by the US Coast Guard. The ship had a “catastrophic implosion” as it approached the famous Titanic catastrophe. About 500 metres from the bow of the famed Titanic disaster, on the ocean floor, was where the submersible’s wreckage was found.

The entire disaster’s progression is covered by different news agencies, along with what to expect in its aftermath. A cataclysmic accident caused the submersible Titan’s destruction. Due to the tremendous pressure found at the ocean’s depths, the Titan submarine was subjected to a disastrous “catastrophic implosion” of incredible power and speed.

The Titanic’s wreckage is located on the North Atlantic seabed, some 3,800 metres (12,400 feet) below the surface, where water pressure reaches an incredible 6,000 pounds per square inch (psi); however, the precise depth at which the implosion occurred is unknown.

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