National Geographic News: Titanic Documentary

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Submersibles on the expedition approach the bow of the Titanic. "Titanic is very challenging as a dive site because the ship is so big. It's impossible underwater to see 800 feet, or to see the ship all at once," said James Cameron. Cameron and his colleagues lowered a massive scaffold—dubbed the chandelier—carrying 12,000 watts of light to illuminate the wreck.

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