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Published on Jul 20, 2010

The sea on Earth contains the same diversity and uniqueness of life that can be found in the sea of space!

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Picture description by order of appearance:

1. Cartwheel Galaxy
2. Noctiluca scintillans
3. Juvenile Cowfish (taken by Chris Newbert)
4. Antarctic Transparent Jellyfish (taken by Bill Curtsinger)
5. Transparent Bristleworm (taken by Ingo Arndt)
6. NGC 4258
7. Pelagia Noctiluca
8. Transparent Pelagic Octopus (taken by Chris Newbert)
9. Hydromedusa in Antarctica (taken by Ingo Arndt)
10. Calabash (taken by Hubble)
11. Transparent Jellyfish (taken by Ingo Arndt)
12. Cyanea Capillata
13. Larval Shrimp and Jellyfish (taken by Chris Newbert)
14. Jellyfish Cyanea
15. NGC 2440
16. Octopus in Hawaii (taken by Joshua Lambus)
17. Interacting galaxy (taken by Hubble)
18. Portuguese Man-Of-War
19. Transparent Jelly Larva (taken by Ingo Arndt)
20. The Saphirefenix Nebula (Casperium)
21. Transparent Zooplankton (taken by Ingo Arndt)
22. Larval Leaf Scorpion Fish (taken by Chris Newbert)
23. Main Galaxy String
24. Antartic Krill (taken by Ingo Arndt)
25. NGC 2392
26. Transparent Comb Jelly (taken by Ingo Arndt)
27. Transparent Larval Flounder (taken by Chris Newbert)
28. Planetary Nebula
29. Box Jellyfish (taken by David Doubilet)
30. IC 4406
31. Sea Butterfly Snail (taken by Ingo Arndt)
32. Transparent Squid (taken by Chris Newbert)
33. Transparent Squid (taken by Chris Newbert)
34. Barracuda in Bismarck Sea (taken by David Doubilet)


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