In a shocking incident that sent shockwaves through the news, an explosion occurred on a submersible during an underwater operation to find the Titanic. The details surrounding the incident remain scarce, but the consequences are devastating. The explosion highlights the inherent dangers and risks associated with submersible operations.

Ocean Gate CEO Stockton Rush among other 4 members, a businessman, Shahzada Dawood and his 19-year-old son, Sulema, a French diver Paul-Henri Nargeolet and a British businessman,Hamish Harding were invited to explore the Titanic and have been announced dead.

This is how the Titanic looks underwater.

The Titan was made of carbon fibre and titanium, it weights 11.5 tons and has a height of 6.7 meters. The watercraft was design to reach the ship under 4,000 meters underwater but lost connection from the ship that was monitoring it with a gaming controller. The submersible was set to go on Friday (around 4 a.m. ET) from St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada which is about 370 miles from were the Titanic lies.