For 73 years the Titanic lay on the bottom of the Atlantic, the wreck of the Titanic was finally found on September 1, 1985 by Dr. Robert Ballard. This photograph shows the stem of the Titanic.

For 73 years the Titanic lay on the bottom of the Atlantic, the wreck of the Titanic was finally found on September 1, 1985 by Dr. Robert Ballard. This photograph shows the stem of the Titanic.

Robert Ballard, famed oceanographer, on hand to open "Titanic - 12,450 Below" at Mystic Aquarium

Robert Ballard, famed oceanographer, on hand to open "Titanic - 12,450 Below" at Mystic Aquarium

Dr. Robert Ballard explores the haunting wreckage of the Titanic strewn over 1,000 acres of seabed. Upcoming Events at National Geographic Live! http://event...

Dr. Robert Ballard explores the haunting wreckage of the Titanic strewn over 1,000 acres of seabed. Upcoming Events at National Geographic Live! http://event...

Titanic Underwater Bodies | Discovering Titanic Pictures, Titanic Photos, Photo Gallery, Picture ...

Titanic Underwater Bodies | Discovering Titanic Pictures, Titanic Photos, Photo Gallery, Picture ...

The Titanic, a huge ocean-liner that had sunk in 1912, remained lost at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean for 73 years. Robert Ballard found it in 1985.

The Titanic, a huge ocean-liner that had sunk in 1912, remained lost at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean for 73 years. Robert Ballard found it in 1985.

As a tugboat guided the Titanic out of Southampton, photographers recorded the moment from a nearby ship. Five days later this symbol of the gilded age lay at the bottom of the North Atlantic. “It’s one of those stories that will always be told,” says explorer Robert Ballard.  PHOTOGRAPH © NATIONAL MUSEUMS NORTHERN IRELAND, COLLECTION HARLAND AND WOLFF, ULSTER FOLK & TRANSPORT MUSEUM

As a tugboat guided the Titanic out of Southampton, photographers recorded the moment from a nearby ship. Five days later this symbol of the gilded age lay at the bottom of the North Atlantic. “It’s one of those stories that will always be told,” says explorer Robert Ballard. PHOTOGRAPH © NATIONAL MUSEUMS NORTHERN IRELAND, COLLECTION HARLAND AND WOLFF, ULSTER FOLK & TRANSPORT MUSEUM

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