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 by Jim Clary
Titanic 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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