April 2012 Issue
Over the past 100 years there have been expeditions to the wreckage site of the "unsinkable" RMS Titanic, photographs taken, an ROV sent intot he wreckage to see a glimpse of parts of the inside of the ship, artifacts put into museums for people to view, and most likely a lot more. There are now even photographs that have been taken of "the first complete views of the legendary wreck". Could you imagine what has been found, or seen, at the wreck sight of the famous RMS Tictanic?
Here is a little piece to the article:
"In another stateroom, a glass decanter and water glass sit, impossibly, still on the washstand. Had the glass been empty, it would have floated out of its holder when the room flooded, and been lost. But someone took a drink and left it half full, and there it sits today."
in one part of the article it shows a picture of "James Cameron gathers Titanic experts in California film studio to brainstorm how the ship sank and broke apart". What do you think they came up with?
This issue of National Geographic is great for anyone interested in the Titanic. It includes pictures, "Death of the Titanic", where it takes you through the step to step process from when the iceberg is sighted, the ship breaking in two, and then the separation of the ship hitting the bottom of the ocean. It also includes "The Crash Scene", where it shows the "main wreck area" of the Titanic at the bottom of the ocean floor.