In 1912, Titanic only had 37 seconds to avoid an iceberg. Why so little time? Was it that the lookouts lacked binoculars, or that a huge ship can't turn quickly? William Murdock investigates whether Titanic's sinking was caused by the lookouts or the navigation team—and if Titanic's tragedy could have been avoided.
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