In Norfolk Virginia, scientists revealed some new and stunning images of the RMS Titanic. The photographs and 3D images come from one of the latest expeditions to the downed ocean-liner now resting two miles below the surface of the North Atlantic. The photos made an appearance in a Norfolk court room where the salvage rights to the ship are still being determined.
The ship, labeled ‘unsinkable,’ struck an iceberg and sank to the bottom of the North Atlantic on April 15, 1912. The sinking remains the greatest non-wartime maritime disaster in all of history and drastically changed the way that shipping traffic in the North Atlantic is conducted.