Here's everything you need to know about the missing Titanic Submarine.
Oceangate's Titan, the five-person submarine, was being utilized for exploring the Titanic wreck where 1,500 lives were lost in 1912.
The 5 people onboard were: Stockton Rush, the CEO of OceanGate, Hamish Harding, French Dive expert Paul Henry Nargeolet, British-Pakistani businessman Shahzada Dawood and his son, Suleman.
In a race against time, OceanGate confirms that the 5 people onboard have been sadly lost.
The US Coast Guard had reported hearing recurring deep underwater noises originating from inside the Titan on Tuesday and Wednesday, with intervals of 30 minutes.
The rescue team had devised a pattern that involved deploying an additional 7 vessels to support the ongoing search and aid in the rescue of the people on board the Titan.
In a surprising revelation, it was discovered that the Titan was being controlled using a video game controller. It's a $30 PC controller available on Amazon that has mostly poor reviews.
Each person paid $250,000 for the tour. The rush to see the Titanic is emerging coz bacteria is eating up the ship every second and will eventually consume everything.
The inside of the submarine is very narrow and hardly people can stand in it or sit in it. With limited oxygen, they were bracing for an uncomfortable experience marked by cold, darkness, and challenging conditions.