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Published on Apr 11, 2019
RMS Titanic, the passenger line that sank over a century ago, is still making history from the Atlantic ocean floor. Steve Blasco, Emeritus Marine Engineering Geophysicist, explains what we’ve learned by studying the wreck of the famous ship.
Timestamps: Part 1: The Titanic as a time marker (0:00) Part 2: How the Titanic is held up by the sea floor (1:16) Part 3: Brittle steel (2:43) Part 4: Bacterial corrosion (3:51) Part 5: Looking forward (4:44)