Thursday, May 23, 2024

The latest developments in the search for the missing submarine.. “Titan”.

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The last hope to save the submarine Titan is the French robot “Victor 6000”.

The last hope to save the submarine Titan is the French robot “Victor 6000”.

France announced that it will participate in the search operations with the French robot Victor 6000, the only one in the world capable of diving to great depths.

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From reconnaissance to rescue operations

How do the “Sonobuoy” devices involved in the search for “Titan” work?

Subtitles – Abu Dhabi

Army sonobuoy used for search and rescue operations

Army sonobuoy used for search and rescue operations

Eighty years after they were first used to locate Nazi submarines during World War II, Sonobuoy floating sonar devices are helping to search for the missing Titan. read more…

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An actor details his journey aboard the Titan submarine… and talks about serious malfunctions

Subtitles – Abu Dhabi

Sounds are heard near the wreck of the “Titanic” submarine in the Atlantic

A Mexican actor spoke about his experience diving on board the missing submarine “Titan” to the wreckage of the “Titanic”, the search for which is still ongoing. read more…

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Submarine Titan.. A tough prospect

A Canadian search plane detected noise in the area searching for the submarine “Titan”.

A Canadian search plane has detected a sound near the wreck of the Titanic in the Atlantic Ocean near the site of the loss of the missing submarine “Titan,” the US Coast Guard said. The US Coast Guard expressed concern that the submarine had run out of oxygen.

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Vetcore 6000 enters a race against time to save the submarine Titan.

Agencies – Abu Dhabi

A Canadian search plane detected noise in the area searching for the submarine “Titan”.

A robot that can dive to a depth of 6,000 meters underwater is searching for the Titan submarine, according to the French Research Institute for Ocean Exploration. If the “Titanic” is wrecked and trapped in a submarine, it can be helped to free it. read more…

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