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  • [music playing]

  • NARRATOR: The sub will dive to the wreck site,

  • travel over the bow, then out across the debris field,

  • searching for the mysterious piece of metal.

  • Here comes the water attempt.

  • Tom, are you ready?

  • Yeah, roger that, my hatch is secure.

  • Roger that, hatch secure, here we go.

  • Roger that.

  • If we could get a little bit more on there.

  • NARRATOR: If Parks's theory is correct,

  • it'll be an incredible discovery, connecting

  • a family across generations.

  • Cleared to go ahead and start pumping.

  • There goes the submerge.

  • [radio chatter]

  • This is the LF, go ahead?

  • You're cleared to start pumping.

  • [radio chatter]

  • It's clear.

  • I have armed thrusters.

  • We are beginning to pump in now.

  • NARRATOR: The sub begins its long descent.

  • Benjamin Guggenheim was born into a wealthy mining

  • family in Philadelphia in 1865.

  • He was 47 years old when Titanic sank, leaving behind a wife

  • and three young daughters.

  • Surface LF, depth 3805, heading 310.

  • Life support good.

  • Wreck on sonar.

  • Roger that, LF.

  • Understand 3805 meters heading 310 degrees, with life support

  • good and wreck on sonar.

  • Congratulations.

  • NARRATOR: The sub has reached the wreck site.

  • PARKS STEPHENSON: God, it's murky.

  • VICTOR VESCOVO: You can look down there and see for--

  • [interposing voices]

  • PARKS STEPHENSON: I can see it, yeah.

  • Actually, the visibility is better looking down.

  • (LAUGHING) Yes it is.

  • There's the Marconi room, one of the windows,

  • one of the skylights.

  • VICTOR VESCOVO: Oh, let's see here.

  • NARRATOR: Before searching for the remains of the Guggenheim

  • state rooms, the team films additional footage

  • of other important features for later analysis,

  • including the area around the captain's quarters.

  • OK, I can barely see it.

  • Barely see it, and yeah, it's devastated.

  • I see a glimpse of the tub.

  • NARRATOR: Next, the team turns their attention to the search

  • for Guggenheim's staterooms.

  • The debris field is 15 square miles in size.

  • Finding a single piece of metal is like trying

  • to find a needle in a haystack.

  • Is this the bigger piece?

  • No, it's not the bigger piece.

  • What is this?

  • PARKS STEPHENSON: I don't think it's Guggenheim either.

  • NARRATOR: Parks is searching for specific structural features

  • that coincide with the stateroom's

  • location aboard the ship.

  • This is key to confirming the identity of the mystery

  • object in the image.

  • We've got something up there on the left.

  • Yep.

  • 40 meters.

  • Oh, whoa, whoa, whoa, eyes out, eyes out, eyes out.

  • OK.

  • PARKS STEPHENSON: This might be the Guggenheim piece.

  • You see all that ribbing?

  • Yeah.

  • This might be the Guggenheim piece.

  • I'm going to translate left.

  • You translate left, yes, please.

  • Yep, here we go, that is it.

  • This is it, this is Guggenheim's stateroom right here.

  • Right here.

  • VICTOR VESCOVO: Found it.

  • That's the stateroom right there.

  • That's Guggenheim.

  • Good job.

  • Teamwork.

  • Surface, LF, present depth 3802, life support

  • good, at Guggenheim.

  • Roger, LF, at Guggenheim.

  • Congratulations.

  • [music playing]

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/17
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