HOW DEEP can they go?
RMS Titanic's Final Resting Place
12,500 ft (3810 m)
In 1985, Dr. Robert Ballard led a team of researchers in a joint French-American expedition and found the final resting place of the R.M.S. Titanic. He and his colleagues returned one year later with the
DSV Alvin and a specially designed robot, the Jason Jr., to explore the ship.
Titanic-related Web Sites and Information
- The Titanic: Encyclopedia Smithsonian
- Posted Aboard R.M.S. Titanic
- Titanic's Lost Sister - NOVA online Site
- The Grave of the Titanic from The Gulf of Maine Aquarium
- Titanic-Titanic.com- an incredible array of links and information about the Titanic including a Titanic Discussion Forum
- Titanic Stories from Tourism Ireland.
- The Titanic Historical Society (THS)
- Belfast Titanic Society
- Scandinavian Titanic Society has now begun its work and welcomes new members.
Newspaper and Magazine Accounts
- Images of the Titanic From Maryland Newspapers
Art, Books, Film, Video, Music, Dance and Literature
- The Last True Story of Titanic by Jim Clary
- TITANIC IN 3-D MOVIE from the National Geographic Society
- Tiltanic in Dream & Legend - paintings and story by Peter Selgin
- Words to yet another version of the Wreck of the Titanic
Museums, Organizations and Individuals Associated with the Titanic
- Dr. Robert D. Ballard
- Mystic Aquarium's New Titanic Exhibit
- The Deep Submergence Laboratory Homepage at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
- Photograph of Jason Jr.: Underwater ROV
- Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Museum contains artifacts from Titanic and some of the victims were buried in Halifax.
- Encyclopedia Titanica: -Titanic Research, Passenger and Crew Biographies, Pictures, Titanic Articles
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