Clearest EVER video of the Titanic | Video shows the 'unsinkable ship's' 15-ton anchor, bronze capstans and boiler that fell to the seafloor when vessel sank 12,500 feet below the North Atlantic in 1912

Video shows the 'unsinkable ship's' 15-ton anchor, bronze capstans and boiler that fell to the seafloor when vessel sank 12,500 feet below the North Atlantic in 1912

OceanGate Expeditions completed its second annual dive to the Titanic, in which it captured parts of the ship that have not been seen since it sank in 1912

The clip shows the ship's renowned bow, 200-pound anchor chain, giant portside anchor and a single-ended boiler that fell to the seafloor when the vessel broke in two

The team filmed the historic vessel in the highest video resolution, roughly 8,000 pixels wide (8k), which allows them to zoom in on specific areas without losing image quality

The expedition, which lasts for eight days, charges $250,000 per seat inside a submersible vehicle

New 'first-of-its-kind footage' of the Titanic shows the ship's 200-pound anchor chain, giant portside anchor and a single-ended boiler that fell to the seafloor when the vessel broke in two and sank 12,500 feet below the North Atlantic surface more than 110 years ago.

The video, captured by the diving excursion company OceanGate Expeditions, reveals an 'astonishing level of detail' and colors that have not been seen by the human eye since April 12, 1912.

The team filmed the historic vessel in the highest and video resolution so far, roughly 8,000 pixels wide (8k), which allows them to zoom in on specific areas without losing image quality and provides the clearest pictures yet

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