In April 1912, after colliding with an iceberg, the RMS Titanic cruise ship sank into the north Atlantic ocean in one of the most notorious disasters in world history. Touted as unsinkable before its maiden voyage, the manner in which the Titanic sank has long been a mystery and source of debate.
Join a group of scientists and researchers as they combine underwater archaeology, forensic science, metallurgy, microbiology and sonar imaging to present an investigation of the sinking and attempt to answer puzzling questions about the wreck. Computer animation recreates important aspects of the sinking – like the collision with the iceberg and the angle and speed of the ship's descent. Plus, hear from survivors who share their thoughts on the tragedy, offering a unique view of the disaster as it was happening.