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Image : A Plume of Chemicals from Deepwater Horizon


TETHYS is secured inside Sentry. The combination of Sentry’s mobility and TETHYS’s sensitive chemical-detecting "nose" makes it a powerful oceanographic bloodhound. (Photo by Cameron McIntyre, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

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