There seems to be a lot of controversy over what angle the ship was at before it broke in two. Some people say it went as high as 45 degrees while others say it might have been as little as 11. Estimations seem to place the ship breaking up at about 2:18 a.m. with the lights finally going out only a few seconds to a minute earlier. So, with about 700 people in lifeboats, surely a brightly lit ship could easily be seen. I would not think it would be difficult to estimate an angle. With the lights going out so close to the break-up, the angle the stern was at when it broke-up should be close to what it was when the lights went out. Is there any information on this?