Debris from the Titan was brought ashore by deep-sea robots on Wednesday as the US Coast Guard continues its recovery operation following its catastrophic implosion last week.
The Titan’s wreckage was seen for the first time in pictures after the Coast Guard announced on Thursday (23 June) that ROVs (remotely-operated vehicles) found its chambers in a sea of debris 1,600ft from the Titanic. The Independent has reached out to the Coast Guard.
Pelagic Research Services, the company that operated the ROV that made the previous debris findings, said on Wednesday that its team was in the process of demobilization after ten days of work. The company said that it couldn’t immediately discuss the findings due to the pending investigation, but will be holding a press conference later today,
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