Apr.15, 1912. Less than 3 hours after hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic off Newfoundland, the RMS Titanic sinks killing over 1500.

Apr.15, 1912. Less than 3 hours after hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic off Newfoundland, the RMS Titanic sinks killing over 1500.

April 15, 1912, less than 3 hours after hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic off Newfoundland, the RMS Titanic sinks killing over 1500.

April 15, 1912, less than 3 hours after hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic off Newfoundland, the RMS Titanic sinks killing over 1500.

20 Incredible Facts About The “Unsinkable” Titanic You Probably Didn’t Know About

20 Incredible Facts About The “Unsinkable” Titanic You Probably Didn’t Know About

When a ship it sinks it leaves a path of debris (objects from within the ship or objects breaking off). Depending how deep the vessel sinks this debris can be scattered over a large distance. On a shorter descent, the debris falls more or less vertically. However, as the Titanic sank 21/2 miles a huge debris field was expected.

When a ship it sinks it leaves a path of debris (objects from within the ship or objects breaking off). Depending how deep the vessel sinks this debris can be scattered over a large distance. On a shorter descent, the debris falls more or less vertically. However, as the Titanic sank 21/2 miles a huge debris field was expected.

Muahaha... this is realy made with love! Sinkable Titanic model splits in two Peaces!

Muahaha... this is realy made with love! Sinkable Titanic model splits in two Peaces!

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