Unseen Titanic Pictures, Featured in the National Geographic Magazine on 100th Anniversary of Titanic’s Sinking

By on Mar 23, 2012 in Announcement, Events, Natural Disasters, Science, World Comments


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The National Geographic site featured Titanic’s new and unseen photos in celebration of R.M.S. Titanic’s 100th anniversary of its sinking on April 15, 1912. This was reported by international news sites March 21, 2012.

According to reports, these new, unseen photos of the Titanic‘s wreck were seen due to the sophisticated cameras and “state- of- the- art robotic vehicles”  with multi-beam sonar capability that continuously swept the area to snap images.

These were then digitally assembled to come up with the new, unseen Titanic wreck photos.

The R.M.S. Titanic collided reportedly with an iceberg in 1912 causing the demise of 1,517 people and was tagged by historians as one of the “deadliest maritime disasters in history.”

The Titanic is found 12,500 feet deep in the Atlantic Ocean’s sea bed reportedly. These Titanic’s unseen photos would be released in the National Geographic’s April 2012 magazine issue.



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