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Originally posted by DanielET
I know this is old news but has it been salvaged to the surface yet?
And I am curious to know what it is made of.
The proposed date for a return to the Baltic Sea to ‘salvage’ the mystery object, May 2012
Originally posted by Corruption Exposed
This new update isn't actually old news to me. There is some new information that I haven't heard before including another disc that has been found near the original one. I just started a thread on this and did not see this thread during my search, as the search doesn't always work well.
post by zorgon
There is a picture of the second object which looks raised with shadowing
Using side-scan sonar, the team found a 60-meter diameter cylinder-shaped object, with a rigid tail 400 meters long.
The imaging technique involves pulling a sonar "towfish" -- that essentially looks sideways underwater - behind a boat, where it creates sound echoes to map the sea floor below.
On another pass over the object, the sonar showed a second disc-like shape 200 meters away.
Originally posted by eriktheawful
You have to admit, it's rather interesting no mater what it is.
Lindberg told Life's Little Mysteries, "I confirm that we have found two anomalies. We did find the other anomaly approximately 200 meters (about 219 yards) from the circular find at the same sonar run." Lindberg explained why his team had not released the sonar image of the second object: "We decided not to expose that anomaly so much because there is a lot of disturbance on the sonar image when we passed it, so it's very blurry. We can see it's something but to an untrained eye it might just look like 'pea soup.'"
While experts speculated that the object was just a glitch in the team's sonar, new reports surfaced this week that the team uncovered a second, similar object nearby. But, as the report hopped from one website to the next, one thing was missing: an image of the second object. Life's Little Mysteries contacted Peter Lindberg, who led the expedition, to get the full story, and the elusive sonar scan