Correction, Jan. 21: The original version of this story misstated who auctioned off certain artifacts. They were auctioned by Henry Aldridge & Son, not Premier Exhibitions. The original version also misstated the status of a child’s doll. It is still at the site of the wreck, it has not been recovered.
- ^ RMS Titanic, (time.com)
- ^ oceanographer and former Navy captain Robert Ballard (content.time.com)
- ^ debris that led him to the ship’s resting place (time.com)
- ^ a water-stained letter written by a passenger on board (www.nytimes.com)
- ^ Ocean Gate (oceangate.com)
- ^ the shipwreck could disappear by 2030 (www.businessinsider.com)
- ^ told the New York Times. (www.nytimes.com)
- ^ email@example.com (time.com)
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