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Exploring Titanic's wreck
1 June 1987
Former UTV reporter Susie Millar, whose great grandfather Thomas died at sea in the disaster, talks to American oceanographer Robert Ballard in June 1987, following his nine-month exploration of the wreck.
Exploring Titanic's wreck

Robert Ballard and French oceanographer Jean-Louis Michel co-led the expedition which first discovered the ship's wreckage on 1 September 1985 - over 73 years after Titanic sank.

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