Echoes from the Abyss: Submersible Crew Transmits Sound Signals near Titanic Wreckage

According to recent news reports, the crew of the submersible that sank near the Titanic is transmitting sound signals. Sonar picked up banging sounds on Tuesday from underneath the water in the North Atlantic Ocean while searching for the submersible with five people on board. The submersible is required to communicate with the ship every 15 minutes or more frequently if needed, according to the archived website. The US Coast Guard has confirmed that Canadian aircraft detected underwater noises in the North Atlantic in the search for the missing submersible near the Titanic wreckage.

The detection of the sounds by Canadian aircraft on Tuesday, day three of the search, was reported by the Coast Guard as the clock ticked down to the last 24 hours of the missing craft’s presumed oxygen supply. It is unclear what the sound signals mean or if they are coming from the submersible itself.

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