OceanGate's Titan submarine lost communications en route to Titanic.
For days, rescuers have been fighting against time to find the ship and rescue the five people on board before they run out of oxygen.
However, on June 22, 2023, authorities reported that all passengers were pronounced dead because the submarine they were on exploded.
The explosion of the Titan submarine continues to cause public concern.
A transcript of a conversation allegedly held by the submarine Titan with the polar prince recently surfaced.
However, it is not yet known whether the transcript is real or fake.
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According to Newsweek, the ship Polar Prince initially allowed the submarine Titan to descend at 07:52 local time.
At 8:01 a.m. the new Titan submarine began its tour in the direction of the Titanic.
During the 15-minute dive, the Titan submarines were still in contact with the Polar Prince to report their status.
Then, at 8:34 a.m., Polar Prince inquired about the status of the Titan submarine and said that all systems were functioning normally.
At 0851 the Titan submarine had reached a depth of 1934.
Then at 09:28 the submarine Titan recorded an alarm from the Real-Time Monitoring System (RTM).
At the same time, the submarine Titan immediately reduced the depth at 3433.
The ship Polar Prince also requested the submarine Titan to release the ballast at 09:30.
“Let go of the weights,” said Polar Prince's crew.
“No repairs. Preparing to scrap frame,” replied the crew of the Titan submarine.
The Titan submarine made its way to the surface at 09:35 after the ballast in the hull was removed.
From 09:38 the crackling could be heard from the stern of the Titan submarine.