Incredible composite composed of more than 100,000 photographs shows the site of the 100 year old Titanic wreck.

We’re almost a month away from the centennial anniversary of the RMS Titanic‘s sinking, and for the first time, a full composite of the ship’s wreck site has been released. Created using over 100,000 photos taken by submersibles, the 4,8 x 8 kilometre area shows the spread of the debris from the violent impact of the two sections. It’s hard to believe that this massive ship has been lying there the past 100 years under 3,800 metres of ocean.

Read more at The Atlantic and Yahoo News.

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