After 73 Years, Here is The Way How Explorers Found The Titanic. Incredible! – Page 2 – Architecture & Engineering
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After 73 Years, Here is The Way How Explorers Found The Titanic. Incredible!


Then Ballard had learned a new technique when he found the subs.

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via History | Ralph White / CORBIS
He noticed the current carried small pieces of debris from the wrecks, leaving a kind of “bread crumb” trail back to them. If the Titanic left a similar trail, Argo could pick it up, and Ballard’s team could follow it to the shipwreck.

After several days of non-stop looking, they found one of the Titanic’s boilers.

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via History | Ralph White / CORBIS

When they followed the trail, they came across the Titanic’s bow.

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via National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration

the team scrambled to take all the photos they could of the ship’s hull, crow’s nest and even inside where the Grand Staircase had once stood.

Ballard has since returned to the site and explored the ship’s insides up close with a small submersible. Today he is a strong opponent of salvaging the Titanic.

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