Thanks to modern technology and brave explorers  we can now see the Titanic as she rests on the Atlantic floor.

For the first time, crystal-clear digital photos of the ship as it rests on the bottom are now available. The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution teamed up with National Geographic to release the photos that were taken in September 2010.  They aren't really photos, but a complete sonar mapping of the entire wreck  -- inch by inch -- that was then layered with optical data. Three robots spent hours scanning the wreckage scene literally mapping every square inch. The result is some of the most stunning photos we've ever seen -- regardless of what subject. Click here for shots from the National Geographic April issue.

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