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We alone can not go down and get close enough to explore the Titanic We now have the technology to build robotic machines to explore the ocean floor like Jason or Jason Jr They are smaller than a submarine actually a lot smaller almost like a remote control car The Titanic sank in the north Atlantic in 1912 Jason Jr is very handy it can reach as deep as 4000 meters The reason they do not have Jason Jr any more is because it got lost in 1991 off the Galapagos Island and was found 9000 feet down in the water so it was replaced by Jason They use remote controls like Jason and Jason Jr because divers can not get in as close as Jason can There also is a risk of a diver getting caught on something or getting stuck in the Titanic Someone could die if something went wrong so if they use underwater vehicles like Jason they are not taking a risk of someone dying but they cost about one million dollars which requires they still be careful Jason is a somewhat small vehicle with about four fans Jason has two special headlights that could withstand underwater pressure to about 4000 meters and a video camera and also a small 35mm still camera Jason Jr gave the world the very first look at the Titanic so that we can see what they are looking at and where the are going It has a 91-meter cord attached to it from Alvin Alvin is a little submarine that fits one person and he is the controller of Jason Titanic disaster was said to be one of the worst maritime disasters in history The British luxury liner Titanic on its voyage from Liverpool to New York City struck an iceberg about 95 mi south of the Grand Banks of Newfoundland just before midnight on April 14 1912 Of the more than 2220
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