Parts of the tourist submersible that imploded on a deep dive to the Titanic, killing five people, have been seen for the first time since the incident.
Metal wreckage from the Titan sub was unloaded from the Horizon Arctic ship in St John’s, Canada, on Wednesday.
Photographs showed metal pieces from the sub covered in tarps before cranes lifted them onto trucks.
US Coast Guard officials have said the submersible’s landing frame and a rear cover were found among the debris.
All five people on board the vessel died on 18 June after it imploded about 90 minutes into a dive to view the famous 1912 shipwreck, which sits at a depth of 3,800m (12,500ft) in the north Atlantic.