More presumed human remains recovered from submersible that imploded, killing 5, Coast Guard says
The Coast Guard says it has recovered remaining debris, including presumed human remains, from a submersible that imploded in June on its way to explore the wreck of the Titanic, killing all five onboard.
Family of Pakistani father and son who died in Titan submersible shares memories and gratitude
The family of two Pakistani men who died in the implosion of a submersible as it descended to the wreckage of the Titanic have thanked everyone who tried to rescue the father and son or sent condolences from around the world.
How the unconventional design of the Titan sub may have destined it for disaster
The deadly implosion of the Titan submersible raises questions about whether the vessel exploring the Titanic wreckage was destined for its own disaster because of its unconventional design and its creator’s refusal to submit to safety checks that are standard in the industry.
A Titanic expert, an adventurer, a CEO, and a father and son were killed in Titan's implosion
A renowned Titanic expert, a world record-holding adventurer, two members of one of Pakistan’s wealthiest families and the CEO of the company leading an expedition to the world's most famous shipwreck were killed when the Titan submersible imploded.
Insufficient prototype testing could put Titanic sub passengers in extreme danger, a lawsuit says
Documents show the company whose submersible vanished in the North Atlantic on a tourist dive to the wreck of the Titanic was repeatedly warned that there might be catastrophic safety problems posed by the way the vessel was developed.
Hidden Valley sends five spring athletes to the next level
Hidden Valley had five spring athletes sign their National Letter of Intent Friday. Swimmer Meagan Baxley is off to Washington and Lee, Titan goalie Rio Jarrett is going to Concord University, and three lacrosse players are moving on. Landon Blackshear to Bridgewater, Tyler Duffey to Averett, and Connor McGarry to Pfeiffer University.
NASA's new mission, Dragonfly, will explore Saturn's moon Titan
NASA via Wikimedia CommonsNASA announced the latest mission in its New Frontiers program, called Dragonfly, which will explore Saturn's largest moon, Titan. Before it ended in 2017, the Cassini mission flew by Titan while studying Saturn. The data provided by the Hyugens probe, which was part of the Cassini mission, suggested that Titan was the perfect candidate for further exploration. We will launch Dragonfly to explore the frontiers of human knowledge for the benefit of all humanity." They want to explore sand dunes on Titan to determine if they're made of the same organic discovered in the atmosphere.