Science: After 73 Years, A Titanic FIND

A Titanic FIND Using an underwater marvel, scientists finally locate the great ship

They are the artifacts of extravagance, as flawlessly preserved as those in the tomb of King Tutankhamen. Five cases of wine with corks seemingly intact. Delicate china plates, wash basins and chamber pots, pristine and unchipped. Plump and elegant luggage that could have been packed yesterday. Seventy-three years after the "unsinkable" Titanic plowed into an iceberg and slowly slipped beneath the waves, the luxury liner has at last been found sitting nearly upright on the frigid Atlantic floor, 500 miles south of Newfoundland and more than 13,000 ft. below sea level. At that depth, the great ship and its trove of...

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