Titanic may have sunk on its first voyage, but the mysteries and stories about the incident remain very interesting. To add to those further, the ship's wreckage that warned Titanic about the iceberg has now been found at the Irish Sea's extremity. The ship SS Mesaba was a British merchant ship that sent a radio message to the crew of the Titanic to warn it on April 15, 1912, while the latter was sailing through the Atlantic. The Titanic received the message but could not reach the vessel’s central control center. Later, the ship, which was claimed to be unsinkable, drowned. Over 1,500 people lost their lives, making it the most ill-famed shipwreck in the world. About Mesaba Mesaba was torpedoed in 1918, taking twenty lives, including the ship's commander. Since then, the appropriate location where its wreckage could be found has been unclear. After over a century, scientists have found it using multi-beam sonar. The tool surveys the offshore using the sound waves and thus enables seabed mapping in detail to reveal clear sonar images. These images help the researchers to find the shipwreck from the extremity of the Irish Sea. This indenitification was the researchers' first success since using this tool. The identification Marine geoscientist Michael Roberts led the School of Ocean Sciences survey at Bangor University, Wales. Roberts has been working on renewable energy in the marine sector for years, studying the ocean’s impact on the infrastructure dedicated to generating energy. Shipwrecks are valuable sources of information in this zone. Roberts said that he knew there could be some shipwreck in the sea, which would add vital insights into their understanding of the happenings after a ship goes to the seabed. Innes McCartney, the researcher who worked with Roberts to identify the shipwreck, was enthusiastic about matching the jigsaw with the latest technology. Further Reading \t Building New Homes in Denver's Hot Market \t Did Remote Work Drive Over 60% of Price Surge in the Housing Market? \t How to Use T-Shirt Advertising to Promote Your Business?