New information is coming out about the people who were on the Titan, a submarine that was going to the Titanic but hasn't been seen since.
OceanGate Expeditions, which runs a "Titanic Expedition" to the historic spot, sent the submersible out for the first time on June 18 morning.
The crew of the Canadian expedition ship Polar Prince lost touch with the submersible about two hours into the dive, according to the US Coast Guard. Soon after, the Titan was looked for.
At a news conference on June 20, Captain Jamie Frederick of the United States Coast Guard confirmed that there were five people on board, including an operator and four mission specialists.
He told Business Aviation Magazine before that he and his parents grew up in Hong Kong and that he became a pilot in the mid-1980s while he was a student at Cambridge University.
Shahzada Dawood, a Pakistani investor, and Suleman Dawood, his son, were both on the submersible, their family and King Charles' Prince's Trust International told PEOPLE on June 20.
Nargeolet was born in Chamonix, France. He and his family lived in Africa for 13 years before moving back to France to finish his education. After that, he joined the French Navy, where he rose to the rank of Commander. After 22 years of service, he retired in 1986.
A spokesperson for OceanGate told Fox News that CEO and co-founder Stockton Rush is one of the five people on the submersible "as a member of the crew."