The Titanic Wreck Was Found 73 Years Later
Beginning from 1912, various expeditions led by world's renowned explorers failed to locate the RMS Titanic's wreck. Finally, in 1985, French-American expedition led by Dr. Robert Ballard discovered the shipwreck, 370 miles south-southeast of Newfoundland, Canada. The sighting of Titanic ruin became a topic of intense debate, and several salvage experts in the world gave insane ideas to raise the hulk from the bottom of the ocean, such as filling it with ping pong balls, liquid nitrogen, Vaseline, etc. Over the years, many Titanic artifacts were recovered from the site and put up for auction.
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