Only possible with modern technology. This is worth looking if you haven’t seen it yet.
Researchers have pieced together what is believed to be the first comprehensive map of the entire 3-by-5-mile Titanic debris field.
Deep sea grave of the Titanic: Extraordinary sonar images show full map of shipwreck on ocean floor for first time
Researchers hope the map will provide new clues about what happened when the famous vessel sank 100 years ago
Expedition team used sonar imaging and more than 100,000 photos taken from underwater robots to create the detailed map
It shows where hundreds of objects and pieces of the presumed-unsinkable vessel landed
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
There’s no point in my copying everything over here from the source, especially as the photos at the Mail are HUGE!
This is cool. That’s a whole lot of image stitching.
My dad was being born in Cincy, OH as the Titanic was leaving Queenstown. THIS is using science and the new technology to do a good and interesting thing - see when Government ISN’T involved - great things happen.