The naval forces (Navy) detected the sound of the destruction of the hull of the bathyscaphe “Titan” a few hours after the start of its dive, informed The Wall Street Journal, citing officials were involved in the raid. The sound was recognized using secret equipment.
According to a spokesperson for the US Department of Defense, the Navy began listening to the Titan almost immediately after the ship lost contact. The department noted that the sound of the bathyscaphe was recorded using “a secret sonar system designed to detect enemy submarines.” The newspaper’s source asked not to name the system used, citing national security concerns.
“The US Navy has analyzed the acoustic data and found an anomaly consistent with an implosion or explosion in the vicinity of where the Titan submersible was operating when communications were lost,” a senior US Navy official told Reuters. Wall StreetJournal.
According to him, this data was “immediately transferred to the head of the search and rescue operation”.
Bathyscaphe OceanGate Expeditions conducted another expedition to the wreck of the Titanic which sank in 1912, which lies at the bottom of the Atlantic at a depth of approximately 3.8 km, approximately 650 km southeast of Earth -New. According to the Wall Street Journal, during the dive, it was planned to take DNA samples near the wreckage of the ship. On the morning of June 18, communication with the aircraft was lost and it disappeared from radar.
“These people were real explorers.” What is known about the death of the crew of the bathyscaphe “Titan”
On June 22, the US Coast Guard reported that unidentified wreckage had been found in the search area of the submersible Titan. A few hours later, the submarine’s operating company, OceanGate Expeditions, announced that its crew had been pronounced dead. In the bathyscaphe were British billionaire businessman Hamish Harding, Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood and his 19-year-old son Suleiman, founder of OceanGate himself Stockton Rush, as well as French explorer Paul -Henry Narjolet.
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