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

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The doublethread grenadier (Gadomus arcuatus) has a very long chin barbel for searching for food and long tactile rays in the pelvic and dorsal fins.
USVI, St. Croix approximately 900 meters 20150427T194511Z
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The doublethread grenadier (Gadomus arcuatus) has a very long chin barbel for searching for food and long tactile rays in the pelvic and dorsal fins.
USVI, St. Croix approximately 900 meters 20150427T194511Z
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Stern view of a swimming fish.
Exocet Seamount 2900 meters 20150428T140229Z
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Head shot of swimming fish.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T155708Z
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Uniquely colored deep sea fish next to large glass sponge.
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Eel? snailfish?
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T200418Z
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Eel? snailfish?
Puerto Rico, East wall Mona Canyon approx. 3700 m 20150414T192437Z
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Eel? snailfish?
Puerto Rico, East wall Mona Canyon approx. 3700 m 20150414T192524Z
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Eel? snailfish?
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 20150416T170639Z
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Eel.
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 20150416T205940Z
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Cusk eel.
USVI, St. Croix approximately 850 meters 20150427T142556Z
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Cusk eel.
USVI, St. Croix approximately 850 meters 20150427T142633Z
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Cusk eel.
hiting Seamount approximately 800 meters 20150429T165020Z
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Cusk eel.
hiting Seamount approximately 800 meters 20150429T165038Z
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Eel.
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 20150416T134629Z
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Snailfish?
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 20150416T155258Z
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Deep sea fish.
Puerto Rico ENE of Mona Island approx. 550 m 20150415T145725Z
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Gold speckled deep sea fish.
Puerto Rico ENE of Mona Island approx. 550 m 20150415T145856Z
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Gold speckled deep sea fish.
Puerto Rico ENE of Mona Island approx. 550 m 20150415T145907Z
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Snipe eel.
USVI, St. Croix approximately 850 meters 20150427T171626Z
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Jellynose (Ijimaia antillarum) fish observed on Whiting Seamount at 545 meters. These three images are possibly among the best ever obtained of this rare fish in its natural environment.
hiting Seamount approximately 545 meters 20150429T190942Z
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Jellynose (Ijimaia antillarum) fish observed on Whiting Seamount at 545 meters. These three images are possibly among the best ever obtained of this rare fish in its natural environment.
hiting Seamount approximately 545 meters 20150429T191131Z
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Jellynose (Ijimaia antillarum) fish observed on Whiting Seamount at 545 meters. These three images are possibly among the best ever obtained of this rare fish in its natural environment.
hiting Seamount approximately 545 meters 20150429T191226Z
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This rare dumbo octopus (Cirrothauma murrayi) is often called the Blind Octopod due to the lack of a lens and retina in its eyes. Its eyes can only detect light and cannot form images.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T154725Z
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This rare dumbo octopus (Cirrothauma murrayi) is often called the Blind Octopod due to the lack of a lens and retina in its eyes. Its eyes can only detect light and cannot form images.
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This rare dumbo octopus (Cirrothauma murrayi) is often called the Blind Octopod due to the lack of a lens and retina in its eyes. Its eyes can only detect light and cannot form images.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T154918Z_
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This rare dumbo octopus (Cirrothauma murrayi) is often called the Blind Octopod due to the lack of a lens and retina in its eyes. Its eyes can only detect light and cannot form images.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T154921Z_
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A 4- to 6-foot squid inspects Deep Discoverer Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV).
Puerto Rico, East wall Mona Canyon 800 meters 20150414T134027Z
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A 4- to 6-foot squid inspects Deep Discoverer Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV).
Puerto Rico, East wall Mona Canyon 800 meters 20150414T134028Z
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Stern view of what appears to be a dumbo octopus in the water column. This appears similar, although further away, than the dumbo octopus in expn2382.
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 20150416T192906Z
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Although three days later, this octopus looks very similar to the octopus imaged in expn3473-3476. It is a rare dumbo octopus (Cirrothauma murrayi) often called the blind octopus due to the lack of a lens and retina in its eyes. Its eyes can only detect light and cannot form images.
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 20150416T210121Z
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Although three days later, this octopus looks very similar to the octopus imaged in expn3473-3476. It is a rare dumbo octopus (Cirrothauma murrayi) often called the blind octopus due to the lack of a lens and retina in its eyes. Its eyes can only detect light and cannot form images.
Puerto Rico, Guayanilla Canyon East Wall 20150416T210147Z
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This tiny dumbo octopus, whose body measured about five centimeters across, was spotted swimming along at a depth of 825 meters during the exploration of of WHITING Seamount. (This seamount was discovered by and named for the NOAA Ship WHITING.)
hiting Seamount approximately 800 meters 20150429T164504Z
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This tiny dumbo octopus, whose body measured about five centimeters across, was spotted swimming along at a depth of 825 meters during the exploration of of WHITING Seamount. (This seamount was discovered by and named for the NOAA Ship WHITING.)
hiting Seamount approximately 800 meters 20150429T164524Z
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This tiny dumbo octopus, whose body measured about five centimeters across, was spotted swimming along at a depth of 825 meters during the exploration of of WHITING Seamount. (This seamount was discovered by and named for the NOAA Ship WHITING.)
hiting Seamount approximately 800 meters 20150429T164603Z
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A small bean-like ctenophore with trailing tentacles.
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A ctenophore? seen from Deep Discoverer's mother ship Seirios.
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A bathypelagic ctenophore seen at about 4000 meters depth.
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A bathypelagic ctenophore seen at about 4000 meters depth.
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A bathypelagic ctenophore seen at about 4000 meters depth.
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A bathypelagic ctenophore seen at about 4000 meters depth. Eight rows of ciliated combs along the bottom of the body and very long tentacles originating from thick tentacle sheaths make this an unusual find.
20150410T165753Z
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A bathypelagic ctenophore seen at about 4000 meters depth. Eight rows of ciliated combs along the bottom of the body and very long tentacles originating from thick tentacle sheaths make this an unusual find.
20150410T173736Z
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Jellyfish? Ctenophore?
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T112443Z
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A lobate ctenophore. It is unclear whether the small white rectangular objects are part of the animal anatomy or an artifact of the photography.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T112510Z
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A dinnerplate jellyfish seen in the blackness of the abyss.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T113522Z
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A long siphonophore.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T114702Z
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This long creature is a siphonophore and related to bell-shaped medusa. The bright spot on the tip is a buoyant pneumatophore. Each of the clear segments below are individual animals modified only to pulse in support of motion. Siphonophores typically prey on small crustacean plankton and small fish.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T114807Z
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A larvacean house? a ctenophore?
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T120547Z
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Unidentified rectangular life-form? trash? object in the water column.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T122202Z
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A small jellyfish looking like a bell seen in the distance. It appears to be a coronate jellyfish of the genus Atolla.
Puerto Rico, West Wall Mona Canyon 20150413T122248Z

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