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Stunning footage shows the wreck of the famous Titanic with unprecedented accuracy

Stunning footage shows the wreck of the famous Titanic with unprecedented accuracy

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN)–New footage has been revealed showing the wreck of the RMS Titanic as never seen before, in 8K quality, the highest screen resolution currently available.

This is a horizontal resolution of 8,000 pixels, or twice the clarity of a 4K TV.

This means that there is an unprecedented level of detail and color in this recent exploration of the 110-year-old wreck.

The video was documented by OceanGate Expeditions visiting the site in 2022, which is located 2.4 miles below the surface of the North Atlantic Ocean and 400 nautical miles from Newfoundland, Canada.

Ocean Gate runs expeditions to the wreck of the Titanic with crews of underwater experts, Titanic historians and research scientists, with civilian expeditions paying $250,000 for the chance to see the last shrine of the legendary ship.

“The stunning detail in the 8K footage will help the team of scientists more accurately monitor the disintegration of the Titanic as we document new footage in 2023 and beyond,” Ocean Gate President Stockton Rush said in a press release.

Rush added that “cool colors” also stood out.

Unprecedented clarity

Photo from the Titanic Ocean Gate expedition in 2022. , plain_textCredit: OceanGate

The recently published video begins with the bow of the Titanic, which sank first when it hit an iceberg on the night of April 15, 1912.

Details of the ship, such as the name of the anchor maker “Noah Hingley & Sons Ltd”, are now visible.

Stunning new 8K footage shows Titanic like never before
A view of the 5-person submarine “Titan” heading to the depths in 2021. , plain_textCredit: OceanGate

“I’ve studied the wreck for decades, done multiple dives, and can’t remember seeing any other image that shows this level of detail,” Ocean Gate’s Titanic expert and veteran diver Rory Golden said in a statement.

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In the intro to the video, “You can see the crane used to set the massive anchor, which weighs 15 tons, is still on the deck of the wreck, and the restraints that were attached to the main mast have now collapsed,” says Nautile captain Paul-Henri Nargolet. .

Stunning high-resolution footage of a shipwreck "Titanic" Famous Like You've Never Seen Before
Picture from inside the submarine. , plain_textCredit: OceanGate

Later in the video, 3 round structures can be seen along the inner bulkhead.

Nargolet pointed out that it was feeding the ropes for the ship’s mooring process and the columns on the shores to stabilize the ship, which reached a height of 269 meters when it was in port.

silent damage

There is also strong evidence of decomposition, as some of the ship’s bulkheads have collapsed and fallen.

“When comparing the footage and images (from our 2021 expedition), we see slight changes in certain areas of the wreck,” Rush said, adding that “our science team will review the 8K, 4K, and other footage documented during the Titanic mission.” 2022 for any changes.

Debris is decomposing at a rapid pace, with salt water causing a lot of damage over the past century or more.

Microbes feed on the steel structure, resulting in the formation of rust.

Some estimates suggest that the ship will be gone within a few decades.

The Oceangate missions hope the new footage will help determine the ship’s current rate of decomposition, with future expeditions documenting more comparable footage year after year.

The video can also help scientists determine the types of organisms seen in and around the ship, and archaeologists will be able to document the wreck, and its location, with better accuracy.

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There are now vacancies for the mission, which is scheduled to take place in 2023, and which will depart from Newfoundland in May next year.

Those who go deeper will be among only 200 or 300 people who have made the journey, even less than the number of people who have traveled into space.