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Bloop?

I am always a fan of NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) website, as they always find a way to see the beauty in science. The picture below is the visualization of a sound collected from undersea microphones in 1997.  The sound, otherwise known as "The Bloop", could have been generated by a living creature that is several times the size of blue whale, or just the result of an iceberg breaking loose.  There is so much about the world around us (and below us) that is still unknown!

bloop! NASA

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