Complete sonarscan of the Baltic sea anomaly finally released

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Finally the complete sonarscan made by Ocean "X" team was released in public.

The scan is made with Sture Hultqvist sonar equipment, and has now been uploaded to a Gigapan panorama images to make it easier to scroll down at and search. The scan was made in a N/S zig zag pattern but presented as a straight line

We still dont know what it is down there. but lots of speculations have been presented so far 

Here is the gigapan image. Click on it and go for a ride up and down and zoom in and out as you please..

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/167085

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Also see this gigapan video from the same gigapan image.

 

The following images are artistic interprettations made by members of the ocean Exploerer group on facebook

https://www.facebook.com/groups/OceanXteam/

Image below by Peter lôf

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Image and illustrations below by Peter löf

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Image below original object by Hauke vagt. and Processed again in new background by Peder Nilsson

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Image below by Laura Funke

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Image below Thomas Mikey

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Thank you to Todd who is one of our forum moderators at http://www.whatsupinthesky.com for sharing this one in the forum.  I am sure others have found this before although NASA sure did hide it well in the Black and White footage on their website.  Making it harder for the public to see things like that if it wasn't for people like Todd and oh so many more going through the 100 percent lossless files as well as the 8 bit versions of them that come directly from the rover.   It takes us six months to between PDS dumps which often have older images on them as well.   So let me know what you think below?  Artifact or Natural?  My mind isn't made up on this one yet!

NASA Link:  https://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/msss/01555/mcam/1555MR0079850020800153C00_DXXX.jpg

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