How did the Titanic’s submarine voyage end in complete tragedy?

A year after five individuals traveling to the Titanic wreck began diving on the Titan submarine — a vessel described as providing “an unparalleled view of the ocean’s depths” — there is still no full view of what went wrong.

While the US Coast Guard’s Marine Board of Investigation (MBI) recently confirmed that it “continues to actively investigate the factors leading up to the tragic loss of the Titan on June 18, 2023,” it acknowledged that the process is taking “longer than initially anticipated” to complete. “

“The investigation into the Titan submarine explosion is a complex and ongoing effort,” MBI Chief Jason Neubauer This was stated in a press release dated June 14. “We are working closely with our local and international partners to ensure a comprehensive understanding of the incident.”

As for the reason for the delay, the MBI cited factors such as “the need to contract two rescue missions to secure vital evidence and the extensive forensic testing required.”

“As the first anniversary approaches, MBI expresses its deepest condolences to the families and friends of the five individuals who lost their lives during the incident,” the statement added.

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