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Voyage To Inner Space - Exploring the Seas With NOAA Collect
Catalog of Images

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A gelatinous mass, probably a jellyfish that has crashed into a rock outcrop and can't seem to resume floatation.
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Hydromedusa on the seafloor.
Atlantis Canyon, west wall 1100-885m 20130715T184433Z
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Hydromedusa on the seafloor.
Atlantis Canyon, west wall 1100-885m 20130715T184529Z
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Hydromedusa on the seafloor.
Atlantis Canyon, west wall 1100-885m 20130715T184659Z
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Hydromedusa on the seafloor.
Lydonia Canyon, southwestern wall, 1236-1136m 20130813T143208Z
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A benthic siphonophore and a squat lobster.
Atlantis Canyon, east wall 1800-1600m 20130716T183445Z
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A benthic siphonophore looking like something from a little shop of horrors.
Atlantis Canyon, east wall 1800-1600m 20130716T183824Z
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A benthic siphonophore looking like something from a little shop of horrors.
Atlantis Canyon, east wall 1800-1600m 20130716T184102Z
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What are the objects trailing downward through the water column to the right? A cutthroat eel cruises to the left.
Atlantis Canyon, west wall 1100-885m 20130715T195253Z
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A siphonophore in the water column and an unidentified white object.
Between Alvin and Block Canyons 20130801T173610Z
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An unidentified white object. Perhaps a closed anemone.
Between Alvin and Block Canyons 20130801T173719Z
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A herd of xenophyophores. Why so many in this place?
Lydonia Canyon, southwestern wall, 1236-1136m 20130813T191915Z
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Xenophyophores.
Between Heezen and Nygren Canyons, 822-498m 20130811T143845Z
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A single xenophyophore. These are unicellular animals.
Alvin Canyon, east wall 1088-1010m 20130718T184417Z
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Lanternfish, a lone squid, and a lone boulder with a large anemone and two large shrimp.
Canyon between Powell and Lydonia Canyons, 655m 20130812T143240Z
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A mid-water fish with light organs on its side. A squid swims below and numerous chained salps are seen in the water column. A cutthroat eel is seen in the bottom of the image.
Between Alvin and Block Canyons 20130801T184903Z
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Mucous in the water column. What formed this?
Minor canyon near Shallop Canyon, 1131-1034m 20130802T182642Z
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Is the green object debris from the surface? a life form? A number of brittle stars and a few sponges are seen in this image as well.
Oceanographer Canyon, west wall, 1236-1150m 20130803T155706Z
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An odd life form.
Heezen Canyon, southwestern flank, 1,710-1621m 20130807T184652Z
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Small bivalves on a dead coral stalk.
Nygren Canyon, northeastern flank, 910-661m 20130808T164847Z
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A bivalve shell hosting encrusting sponges, hydroids, and a small anthomastus coral.
Lydonia Canyon, southwestern wall, 1236-1136m 20130813T134736Z
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Hydroids and small sponges colonize a dead coral trunk.
Oceanographer Canyon, southeastern wall, 1246-891m 20130814T144207Z
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An iron artifact lost or dumped at sea rests on the bottom. Yellow paramuricean corals with ophiuroid brittle stars and dead coral trunks with yellow zoanthids are seen in the background.
Oceanographer Canyon, southeastern wall, 1246-891m 20130814T171058Z
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Maybe a sponge.
Block Canyon, east wall 1345-1239m 20130719T155051Z
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White material, perhaps the base of a coral, small hydroids, and small sponges.
Block Canyon, east wall 1345-1239m 20130719T164813Z
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White object on the seafloor
Veatch Canyon, center to west side 2108-1969m 20130720T172720Z
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An imprint on the seafloor looks man-made. What is it?
Veatch Canyon, center to west side 2108-1969m 20130720T175740Z
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Ophiuroid brittle stars cover a rock outcrop.
Heezen Canyon, southwestern flank, 1,710-1621m 20130807T184403Z
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Ophiuroid brittle stars, yellow paramuricean coral, and two brisingid starfish on a canyon wall.
Heezen Canyon, southwestern flank, 1,710-1621m 20130807T190522Z
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Worms? Arms of brittle stars that have buried themselves?
Nygren Canyon, northeastern flank, 910-661m 20130808T215323Z
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A longfin hake and a squid seen over an area of relatively barren seafloor.
Nygren Canyon, northeastern flank, 910-661m 20130808T215505Z
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A squid that appears to have been some larger animals version of calamari.
Nygren Canyon, northeastern flank, 910-661m 20130808T215545Z
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A grenadier seems to be posing in the foreground. The ledge in the background has two octopuses underneath it. The ledgehas various corals and other biota.
Oceanographer Canyon, southeastern wall, 1246-891m 20130814T165431Z
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An orange rockling, acanthogorgia coral, cup corals, a large pink sea urchin, small white worm tubes, and small hydroids. Zoanthids are seen in the upper right center.
Oceanographer Canyon, southeastern wall, 1246-891m 20130814T165640Z
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Cup corals, numerous types of octocorals, and a few sea urchins are seen in this image.
Oceanographer Canyon, southeastern wall, 1246-891m 20130814T170930Z
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A cutthroat eel with a large parasitic copepod.
Between Alvin and Nantucket Canyons, 896-778m 20130816T190008Z
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A cutthroat eel with a large parasitic copepod. Four other eels are seen and a red crab.
Between Alvin and Nantucket Canyons, 896-778m 20130816T194307Z
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An eel? in the water column. The apparent texture of the skin of this eel appears odd.
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A puffer swimming near the surface.
Alvin Canyon, east wall 1088-1010m 20130718T204940Z
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Two small corals with a reddish pink brittle star climbing one of them while a large white brittle star of a species that seems to stay on the bottom is in the foreground.
Heezen Canyon, southwestern flank, 1,710-1621m 20130807T154717Z
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A rectangular prism shaped block of stone is covered with brisingid starfish, cup corals, small octocorals, a few sponges, and one very large venus flytrap anemone. White brittle stars are in the sediment below the block of rock but don't seem to be adhering to the rock.
Heezen Canyon, southwestern flank, 1,710-1621m 20130807T165425Z
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A small dark hydromedusa silhouetted against a canyon wall.
Heezen Canyon, southwestern flank, 1,710-1621m 20130807T190334Z
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A bit of seaweed that has sunk to the seafloor. The tail of the shrimp in the foreground has a pattern that looks somewhat like a smiley face.
Canyon between Powell and Lydonia Canyons, 655m 20130812T174247Z
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An erratic boulder serves as habitat for a longfin hake, and number of orange venus flytrap anemones, and a red crab (Chaceon quinquedens).
Canyon between Powell and Lydonia Canyons, 655m 20130812T185905Z
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A large shrimp in the foreground and a white feather star crinoid on a red Swiftia coral.
Lydonia Canyon, southwestern wall, 1236-1136m 20130813T135814Z
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Paramuricea coral, a white coral bush, a large red venus flytrap anemone, a white seastar, and a small white octopus.
Oceanographer Canyon, southeastern wall, 1246-891m 20130814T172609Z
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Bathymodiolus mussels at a cold seep site.
Virginia , south of Norfolk Canyon 20130523T055504Z
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Bathymodiolus mussels at a cold seep site. A few large urchins are also seen.
Virginia , south of Norfolk Canyon 20130523T055625Z
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A newly discovered mussel bed with a small octopus (Graneledone verrucosa) and brittle stars on sediment and white microbial mat at a cold seep site south of Norfolk Canyon.
Virginia , south of Norfolk Canyon 20130523T060112Z
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A small patch of bathymodiolus mussels at a cold seep site with bacterial mats.
Virginia , south of Norfolk Canyon 20130523T060456Z

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