R.M.S. Titanic: All Coverage (Stats, Videos, Infographics, Google Map)

The R.M.S. Titanic sunk 100 years ago this month. Here’s a compilation story including pointers to all the infographics and videos we’ve run this week — as well as a Google Map showing the location of the wreck as discovered by explorer Robert Ballard in the late 1980s.

Check out this video — it’s a montage of original photographs from the ill-fated R.M.S. Titanic, which sank 100 years ago this month.

The Discovery Channel aired this special — “Last Mysteries of the Titanic” — back in 2005. If you’re looking for the mother of all informative Titanic videos, this two-hour piece is it.

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James Cameron returns to Titanic for the last time intending to go deeper into the wreck than ever before and film parts of the interior not seen since the night Titanic sank in 1912.

Check out our other stories on the R.M.S. Titanic, too. These include a stunning video, taken during Robert Ballard’s return to the site with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and other agencies. There is newer footage from the remote sub Argus here.

We’ve also posted a videographic by the BBC, a 100-year old infographic and a modern, hand-created infographic from Canadian artist Megan Radddatz showing the proportion of lifeboats on the ship to various unnecessary sundries on board the R.M.S. Titanic.

The videographic is worth posting twice, as a matter of fact. Check it out below.

Here’s a Google Map of where the remains of the Titanic lie deep in the North Atlantic, just at the edge of a shelf, as you can see.

Source: Google Map capture

Still need more comprehensive coverage? Then The Denver Post is where you should head post haste. The staff there is compiling a huge amount of coverage, including a ton of statistics and other historical information.

Executive editor Joy Ma contributed to this coverage.