TITANIC TOURIST SUBMERSIBLE: SEARCH TEAMS DETECT SIGNS OF LIFE

There is news that search teams have detected signs of life in the search for the missing Titanic tourist submersible. On Tuesday, June 21, 2023, a Canadian surveillance aircraft detected underwater noises in the search area for the missing Titan submersible. The noises were believed to be coming from the submersible, which went missing on Sunday, June 19, 2023.

The noises were detected by a dipping sonar, which is a device that uses sound waves to create a three-dimensional image of the underwater environment. The sonar image showed that the noises were coming from an area about 1,000 feet below the surface of the water.

Search teams are now working to narrow down the location of the noises and to determine if they are indeed coming from the submersible. If the noises are coming from the submersible, search teams will work to make contact with the people on board and to rescue them.

The Titan submersible was carrying five people, including four tourists and one pilot. The submersible was on a tour of the Titanic wreck site when it lost contact with the surface.

The search for the submersible has been underway since Sunday. Search teams have been using a variety of methods, including sonar, underwater drones, and aircraft. The detection of underwater noises is the most promising sign yet in the search for the submersible.

The search teams are being led by the US Coast Guard and the Canadian Coast Guard. The search teams are also being assisted by a number of private organizations, including OceanGate Expeditions, which owns the submersible.

The search for the Titan submersible is ongoing, and search teams are hopeful that they will be able to make contact with the people on board and rescue them.

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