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Mysterious glowing ocean

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posted on Oct, 4 2005 @ 07:42 PM
An area the size of Connecticut, in the Indian Ocean, has been observed to "glow" for the last three nights and the images have been captured by satellite. I found this article on Yahoo news: excerpt follows....

Scientists don't have a good handle what's going on. But satellite sensors have now provided the first pictures of a milky sea and given new hope to learning more about the elusive events.

The newly released images show a vast region of the Indian Ocean, about the size of Connecticut, glowing three nights in a row. The luminescence was also spotted from a ship in the area.

"The circumstances under which milky seas form is almost entirely unknown," says Steven Miller, a Naval Research Laboratory scientists who led the space-based discovery. "Even the source for the light emission is under debate."

posted on Oct, 4 2005 @ 08:06 PM
Hey, Sorry but a thread has already been posted on this topic,

Please add your thoughts to the link above,
Thanks for posting though

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