More than a century has passed since the RMS Titanic sank in the waters of the North Atlantic on April 15, 1912 and it is said that she is still emitting distress signals.
Titanic continues to emit distress signals: more than a century
The Titanic was one of the largest ships ever to have been in the waters, but it did not last long enough as predicted. On April 10, 1912, the ship left the dock from England and was intended to reach New York City.
However, during the night hours of April 14, it collided with an iceberg which caused it to collapse.
Did you know that… The Titanic emits SOS signals every 6 years! ?
In the early morning of April 15, 1912, the ship sank in its entirety in the North Atlantic under the waters of Canada.
To this day this story remains a great mystery, as little is known about what really happened to the crew. Some of the survivors recounted what happened, saying that the ship did not have the necessary safety boats.
This caused panic among the crew, and it was even said that the hands of those who tried to board the boats were cut off. A theory that the company neither affirmed nor completely ruled out, but which claimed the lives of at least 1,500 people.
And where the ship never stopped emitting distress signals, even persisting to this day, how did it happen?
Titanic continues to emit distress signals
The Titanic to this day continues to emit the distress signals that were not received on that April 15, 1912. But the reason for this is because the ship had one of the most advanced telecommunication signals.
Even in its beginnings it emitted signals up to more than 3,000 kilometers away, which was quite advanced. It is hoped that someday this enigma will be solved.