The Titanic Submarine Mystery: A Perilous Dive into the Depths of the Atlantic

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The Titan submersible, part of the Oceangate Expeditions tour, went missing while diving into a wreck 900 nautical miles east of the Titanic off Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

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Coast Guard officials launched a search and rescue operation after a distress call was received from Oceangate after the submarine lost contact.

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The Coast Guard deployed surface and air search teams, including C-130 aircraft and sonar floats, to locate the submarine and survivors.

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The submersible, named Titan, has a reserve capacity of 96 hours, which provides some time for search efforts to be effective.

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OceanGate collaborates with government agencies and deep sea companies in rescue operations to re-establish contact with submarines.

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Technical experts are assisting the Coast Guard in understanding the complexities of undersea search and rescue efforts.

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The search included assistance from C-130 aircraft, sonar buoys, and commercial boat operators and Oceangate's parent ship, the Polar Prince.

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The rescue operation faced challenges due to the remote location and depth of the Titanic's wreckage, which made it difficult to locate and safely rescue the submarine.

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Rescue teams are working tirelessly to bring crew members home safely.

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