The company RMS Titanic Inc has created a map showing the location of the remains of the Titan submersible.
The map, filed in federal court, reveals an area called Titan Debris Field to the starboard of the intact bow section of the Titanic.
The map does not provide details about the size of the debris field.
RMS Titanic Inc provided the map to the court to inform about their salvage work and how it aided in the investigation of the Titan disaster.
Jessica Sanders, the President of RMS Titanic, stated that the company tried to help and provided the map to assist investigators in understanding the seabed.
The map was created with the assistance of Paul-Henri Nargeolet, who had previously made numerous dives to the area of the Titanic wreckage.
The bow of the Titanic is known for having relatively good condition and upright railings.
The map includes sonar images annotated by company experts, indicating the proximity of the ship to its destination before the implosion occurred.
The remains of the submersible were found approximately 1,600 feet from the bow of the Titanic, at a depth of almost 12,500 feet.
Out of 90 trips made to the depth where the Titanic wreckage is located, only 13 of them successfully reached their destination, representing a mere 14% success rate.