Submarine Missing Update: Submarine Titan News. None of the five aboard the submarine (Titan) that went to see the wreck of the Titanic in the Atlantic Ocean survived. Five large pieces of the Titanic submarine have been found near the wreckage of the Titanic, the US Coast Guard said. Get the Titanic Sub Live Updates from here.
Last Thursday (June 22) in a press conference, the United States Coast Guard announced this news. Similarly, the submarine management company ‘Oceangate’ confirmed the news. It is believed that the submarine crashed due to the tremendous pressure of the water.
US Coast Guard Rear Admiral John Mager said five large pieces of the Titanic submarine were found near the wreckage of the Titanic. No one on board that submarine survived.
About Submarine Titan
Titan is an extremely small and narrow submarine. At 22.5 feet long, 9.2 feet in diameter and 8.3 feet tall, the Titan can only transport five people. They have a pilot and four passengers. There is no room to move around inside. Barefoot seating is available on the floor. Teams comprising the US and Canadian navies and various commercial deep-sea agencies are assisting in the rescue operation. The search and rescue operation is being directed from Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Oceangate Inc. (Oceangate Expeditions), a Washington-based submarine company, organizes this private tour to see the wreckage of the Titanic under the sea. This company started offering Titanic viewing packages from 2021. The aim was to give people an exciting entertainment like watching the Titanic under the sea, just like SpaceX or Blue Origin gives the entertainment of taking big people into space. The company’s founder and CEO, Stockton Rush, said in 2017 that there have been no serious incidents in the submarine world in the past 35 years; As such, statistically, submarines are the safest vehicles in the world.
It should be noted that even if a submarine is written in the text, it will actually be Submersible. Submersible is like that
A type of watercraft that moves underwater, but is supported by a surface vessel. That is, which is on the water, or there may be a shore group as support, or a large submarine.
But since June 18, there is no end to the questions surrounding the submarine for thousands of people. The whole world is worried about how long its passengers can survive inside the submarine. Questions are being raised about the safety of the submarine.
Rescue teams discovered some wreckage of a small submarine near the Titanic on Thursday. Soon after, the news came that some parts of the debris had been removed from Titan. It was then that the fate of the Titan and the five inside was pretty much certain. Still, the rescue team led by the United States, Canada, France and several other countries continued to search.
At the press conference, he said, “We think we have discovered the wreckage of the submarine underwater.” He noted that it is not clear what caused the destruction of Titan. He expressed doubts whether the bodies of the five explorers can be recovered or not.
Brigadier General Patrick Ryder, press secretary of the US Department of Defense, Pentagon expressed regret in an immediate statement about such news.
Submarine Missing Update
Five fresh lives were prematurely lost while viewing the wreckage of the Titanic. The submarine ran out of oxygen on Thursday afternoon. At the start of the rescue operation, there was hope that the passengers were alive after hearing sounds from the bottom of the sea. Experts later said it could not be confirmed that the sound came from the missing submarine.
Oceangate Expeditions owns the 23,000-pound, 22-foot-long Titan. Those who were on the tourist submarine have been identified. They are – 58-year-old British billionaire Hamish Harding, British-Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood (48) and his son Suleman Dawood (19), 61-year-old Stockton Rush, chief executive of Oceangate. At the helm was 77-year-old retired Navy diver Paul-Henri Nargiolet.
The submarine lost contact with the main vessel on the water after an hour and 45 minutes of departure last Sunday. Since then, the rescue operation has started. But in the end everyone was disappointed. The same fate happened to the Titanic as well.