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Unseen images of the Titanic revealed!
A very rare video of the Titanic, which was captured during a dive in 1986, has been released, reports USA Today.

Note that these images captured by the cameras of the submersible Alvin guided by humans, and the Jason Junior which is remotely operated, have never been made public.

This dive was guided by the famous oceanographer Robert Ballard and was described as “the first time humans have laid eyes on the missing ship since 1912.”

The entire sequence, including footage of the ship’s interior, lasts over an hour.

During its very first voyage from Southampton, England, to New York, the Titanic ran directly into an iceberg, only to sink to the bottom of the sea. This horrific sequence occurred in 1912, and more than 1500 people died.

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