An animated video showing the chilling circumstances under which all the five onboard passengers died on the Titanic submarine which imploded. The video is going viral on the internet. People have stunned and stumbled after watching the video posted by AiTelly on Youtube. The animated video created by AiTelly depicts the exact circumstances under which the OcceanGate Titan sub imploded leaving all five passengers dead. Last month’s biggest news was the Titanic submarine which went missing after imploding in the North Atlantic. Recently, an animated video surfaced on Youtube, now it is taking over social media by storm and causing a stir over there. You should read this article till the end to learn more about the heart-chilling incident. Scroll down the page and read more details.
Submarine Implosion Video YouTube
As mentioned, the video was posted by AiTelly. It shows the harrowing implosion of the Titanic submarine, which took place last month in the North Atlantic. The animated video shows what caused the submarine to implode and how all five onboard passengers were killed underwater. The Titanic submarine was on expediting to the wreckage of the Titanic off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada but accidentally it collapsed in on itself. Experts have claimed that the immense pressure in the deep water led to imploding underwater. Continue reading this article and learn more details.
On Sunday, June 18, the Titan submarine of the OceanGate lost contact with the Polar Prince mother ship during a dive into the wreckage of the Titanic. It is reported that the wreckage of the Titanic lies 12,500 feet deep in the ocean to the surface. The multiagency search effort launched as the clock ticked down while people were worrying about how much oxygen had left for the five onboard passengers. After some days it came to know that the submersible had a catastrophic implosion that caused the killing of its five passengers. Swipe down the page and read the names of the victims who died in the implosion.
The five onboard on Titanic submarine were OceanGate CEO Stockton Rush, 61, French submersible pilot and Titanic expert Paul-Henri Nargeolet, 77, British billionaire explorer Hamish Harding, 58, and father and son Shahzada, 48, and Suleman Dawood, 19. Reportedly, AiTelly used Blender, an open-source software to depict how the experimental design of the submersible was different from the existing sub-technology. The dynamic animation created by AiTelly reportedly took more than 12 hours to plug in all the information about OceanGate. Stay tuned.