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Pictures today of the Titanic like you've never seen it researchers are putting together the first comprehensive map.
Of the debris field of the doomed ship hoping that it will reveal new details about the sinking of -- luxury liner.
100 years ago.
Chris -- is live -- West -- newsroom with more what new things might we -- -- -- It's so cool -- even down there before we know that but the experts say it's always been so murky under there -- -- like exploring a dark room with a weak flashlight in now with the sonar images.
It's like someone flipped all the lights on what to do is sonar is they send sound down it echoes they.
They record the echoes they turn those into digital images and take a look at this if you -- it's pretty amazing this is the map -- this.
This is what the picture is this right here is the bow of the boat.
You can look at this and look at the debris field all around here all of these marks are different parts of debris and back here it's -- hard to see this is the stern.
Of the ball let's zoom -- if he can now want to show you more of the bow of the boat it fell remember they took.
Not only does sonar images but they also took a 100000.
Pictures with the underwater robots in what the feeling is.
They can use this debris field which is three miles long and five miles wide.
And they can actually do it almost like an NTSB investigation of a plane crash on land and they can find out things like -- How it broke apart they can find out how it went down and more importantly if that -- had a fatal flaw if you move on now to the stern.
Of the Titanic this is the most fascinating part because the stern he -- broken up and look at all the debris around there.
They don't think it just sank broke apart and fell they believe the stern actually rotated like a helicopter blade all the way to the bottom.
And that's why all the debris is strewn so far about and they believed this might give them some keys.
As to exactly what happened.
A hundred years ago.
Is the anniversary on April 15 the History Channel is gonna have a two hour.
Documentary and this may say some of their findings are jaw dropping -- -- the images are any indication.
That appears to be true -- -- kind of eerie to look at those images actress thanks for -- killer.
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