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Baltic Seafloor 'Anomaly': Images

'Sunken UFO' on Baltic seafloor?

Sonar image of the Baltic Sea "UFO"

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Sonar image of the Baltic Sea "UFO" and adjacent "track" of cleared material. White outlines added by the Ocean X Team.

Close-up of sonar image

Closeup of sonar image of the "UFO."

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Closeup of sonar image of the "UFO" on the seafloor.

Side-by-side comparison

Millennium Falcon, a spaceship in the "Star Wars" trilogy.

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UFO enthusiasts have compared the Baltic Sea object to the Millennium Falcon, a spaceship in the "Star Wars" trilogy.

'Charred' rocks

Rocks scattered across the "sunken UFO," which the Swedish divers say are mysteriously charred.

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Rocks scattered across the "sunken UFO," which the Swedish divers say are mysteriously charred.

Peter Lindberg

Peter Lindberg, a founder of the Ocean X Team.

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Peter Lindberg, a founder of the Ocean X Team.

Ocean X submarine

The submarine Lindberg and his team plan to use to take tourists down to the site of the "sunken UFO."

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The submarine Lindberg and his team plan to use to take tourists down to the site of the "sunken UFO."

Graphic illustration

Illustration (NOT a photograph) of the Baltic Sea object that Peter Lindberg described as "the closest [depiction] so far."

(Image credit: Artist: Hauke Vagt, via YouTube user sonofmabarker)

Artist Hauke Vagt created this illustration of the Ocean X Team exploring the Baltic Sea object. Diver Peter Lindberg described the illustration as "the closest so far."

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