The first full-sized digital scan of the Titanic, which lies 3,800m (12,500ft) down in the Atlantic, has been created using deep-sea mapping.
The objective is to gain new insights into the Titanic's tragic fate, unraveling the mysteries surrounding its sinking in 1912.
The bow of the Titanic is still instantly recognisable even after so long underwater.
The scan is made up from 700,000 images captured by submersibles.
The large hole to the right of the boat deck opens over where the grand staircase once stood.
The stern, which has separated from the bow, is a chaotic tangle of steel.
The sea is taking its toll on the wreck, microbes are eating away at it and parts are disintegrating.
The scan offers a remarkable 3D visualization of the entire ship, as if the water has been removed.