For 73 years the Titanic lay on the bottom of the Atlantic, the wreck of the Titanic was finally found on September 1, 1985 by Dr. Robert Ballard. This photograph shows the stem of the Titanic.

For 73 years the Titanic lay on the bottom of the Atlantic, the wreck of the Titanic was finally found on September 1985 by Dr. This photograph shows the stem of the Titanic. What would the world be like if RMS Titanic hadn't sunk

Underwater archaeologist Robert Ballard was born in Wichita in 1942, and is best known for discovering the wrecks of the Titanic, Bismark, USS Yorktown and the PT-109.

Robert Duane Ballard(b.He is most noted for oceanographic /maritime archaeology.His most famous discovery was RMS Titanic in also discovered the Bismark in USS Yorktown in He is a former US Navy officer.

Robert Ballard, UCSB graduate, discovered the wreck of the Titanic in 1985

Robert Ballard, UCSB graduate, discovered the wreck of the Titanic in 1985

Titanic Underwater Bodies | Discovering Titanic Pictures, Titanic Photos, Photo Gallery, Picture ...

Titanic Pictures Underwater On the anniversary of the Titanic sinking, its wreckage will become unde.

Robert Ballard, marine explorer who found the Titanic

“When I was a child, I wrote a letter to an oceanographic institution in California called Scripps (Scripps Institution of Oceanography UC San Diego). It was a Dear Santa Claus letter.

Robert Ballard, discoverer of the R.M.S. Titanic, Bismarck and the USS Yorktown

Robert Ballard, discoverer of the R. Titanic, Bismarck and the USS Yorktown

Port anchor of the Titanic still in the same position as when it left Queenstown, Ireland on April 11, 1912. Robert Ballard discovered the Titanic in 1985 and says he has made many more important discoveries--hydrothermal vents deep undersea, new life forms his team discovered in the Galapagos Islands, or ancient shipwrecks buried under the Black Sea.  But only the Titanic generated 15,000 letters, mostly from kids.  Click on the image for Titanic information.

Titanic -- The port anchor still locked in the same position as when she left Queenstown, Ireland.

Robert Ballard - ocean explorer and archaeologist

Ocean explorer Robert Ballard discusses 'Titanic' and other deep-sea discoveries

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