Paul-Henri Nargeolet's Contribution to Mapping the Titanic Debris Field

– RMS Titanic Inc. created a map showing the location of debris from the Titan sub in relation to the Titanic shipwreck.

– The sonar map highlights the proximity of the OceanGate submersible to the Titanic.

– Paul-Henri Nargeolet, one of the victims aboard the Titan submersible, partially contributed to the creation of the map.

– The map was released in court documents filed by the company that owns the rights to the Titanic shipwreck and its artifacts.

– The Titan submersible imploded and disappeared during a dive to the Titanic, resulting in the loss of five passengers.

– The sonar-map images were filed as an exhibit to update the government on RMS Titanic Inc.'s involvement in the search for the lost Titan.

– Experts annotated the map to emphasize the close proximity of the debris from the exploratory vehicle to the Titanic shipwreck.

– The "Titan Debris Field" is located to the right of the Titanic's bow, approximately 1,600 feet away, according to the US Coast Guard.

– Paul-Henri Nargeolet, a renowned Titanic historian and expert, worked for RMS Titanic Inc. for two decades and contributed to several expeditions to the Titanic wreck.

– The implosion of the Titan submersible is under investigation by the US Coast Guard's Marine Board of Investigation, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and the Transportation Safety Board of Canada.

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