The Titanic submarine crashed near the Titanic. A new map reveals

weeks later on The submarine disaster “Titan” A map of the sea floor showing where researchers found the submarine’s remains was revealed by the company that holds exclusive salvage rights to the wreckage of the Titanic, as part of a lawsuit filed in federal court on Saturday.

The map, a mosaic of sonar images explained by experts at RMS Titanic In, helps how close the submarine was to its intended destination, the wreck of the Titanic, at the time of the disaster, according to the New York Times.

The seafloor map, attached to a legal file, also showed an outline of part of the Titanic’s bow, one of the most famous features of the wreck, as it remained in relatively good condition after the known ship disaster.

Near the Titanic Arch

In an interview, Brian A. Winger, an attorney for the salvage company, RMS Titanic, said the map was based on both private and public information available to the company.

He added that he had shared the map with the US Coast Guard, as well as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and that none of the federal entities had raised any concerns about its accuracy. “We think this is reliable data,” he said.

The map in the company’s profile shows a large dotted circle, titled “Titan Field,” in an area to the right of the Titanic’s proper bow section. The map does not provide any other details, such as the size of the field.

On June 18, the crew of the tourist submarine “Titan” disappeared while it was descending into the wreckage of the “Titanic”, carrying the British billionaire Himish Harding (58 years old) and the businessman of Pakistani origin Shahzadeh Daoud (48 years old). And his son Solomon, and the two are British citizens, in addition to the French explorer Paul Henry Nargolet (77 years) and the founder and CEO of “Ocean Gate Expeditions” Rush Stockton, on a trip that cost each of them $ 250,000, and most importantly his life.

Later, it was announced that it had exploded in the depths of the Atlantic Ocean, killing all its passengers, while its wreckage was recovered and an investigation was opened to find out the cause of the catastrophic accident.

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