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Titanic Expedition Dive Footage Release: Debris Field from OceanGate Expeditions

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Oceangate Expeditions has released new footage from its most recent submersible expedition to the Titanic’s debris field.

Cups, bottles, and debris are seen strewn across the ocean floor in the footage. Fewer than 250 people have seen the Titanic’s wreck and surrounding debris field since its discovery in 1985. Oceangate’s footage, which was released on February 10, 2022, was shot during the ship’s expedition to the famous wreck in 2021.

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The multi-year mission to document the rate of decay of the Titanic will resume in the summer of 2022.

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OceanGate Expeditions is offering a limited number of citizen explorers the chance to participate as active expedition team members and dive 3800 metres to the RMS Titanic wreck at the bottom of the North Atlantic. Our historic, second annual Titanic Expedition will consist of a series of 8-day missions aboard the expedition support vessel, with up to 6 Mission Specialists joining the team at sea. As we conduct up to five submersible dives to the wreck and debris field, each Mission Specialist will make one dive to the wreck and participate in surface dive operations.

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