It was called "unsinkable" and its power to fascinate remains unequalled. How was the ship wounded so quickly by an iceberg, forcing 1,500 souls beneath the waves of the North Atlantic? To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the sinking of Titanic in April 2012, HISTORY™ partners with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and RMS Titanic, Inc. for the most extensive exploration and imaging ever undertaken of the wreck site in " Titanic at 100: Mystery Solved". For the first time, the entire ship and debris field is made visible. CGI illustrates what happened structurally to the ship - minute by minute - after the collision. Never-before-seen views dramatically underscore this tragic history.
Christopher Davino, James P. Delgado, David Gallo, Ken Marschall, James R. Chiles, Bill Sauder, William Lange, Parks Stephenson, Mark Heinrich, Evan Kovacs, Michael Dessner, Mark Dennett, Greg J. Packard, Alexandra Klingelhofer, Michael Boardman, Priscilla Chase, Cindy Czubryt, Wyndham Juneau, Emily Lambert, John Lundquist