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Image : A Plume of Chemicals from Deepwater Horizon

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Sentry was equipped TETHYS, a portable underwater mass spectrometer developed by WHOI scientist Rich Camilli. TETHYS can detect and identify minute quantities of chemical compounds. (Photo by Cameron McIntyre, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

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