ʙᴀʟᴛɪᴄ sᴇᴀ ᴀɴᴏᴍᴀʟʏ: ᴏᴄᴇᴀɴ x ᴛᴇᴀᴍ ᴄʟᴀɪᴍs ᴛᴏ ʜᴀᴠᴇ ғᴏᴜɴᴅ ᴀ “ᴍʏsᴛᴇʀɪᴏᴜs ᴍᴏɴᴏʟɪᴛʜ”

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The famous Baltic Sea anomaly is known as a flat mushroom-like formation or object about sixty meters in diameter found on the bottom of the Baltic Sea. Now the X Team has discovered another anomaly, or rather a huge Monolith.

It has also been referred to as the “UFO of the Baltic Sea”. The formation or object was discovered by sonar tracking on June 19, 2011. The discovery took place somewhere, but the exact spot on the Baltic Sea floor, where the mysterious object is located, has never been disclosed. which should however be found between the border waters of Sweden and Finland.

Those responsible for the discovery, Peter Lindberg, Dennis Åsberg and his company Ocean X Team, have received media attention in the past because their explorations of the seabed allowed the discovery of a B-17 bomber in the United States in 1992 or the recovery of 2400 unopened bottles of Heidsieck & Co Monopoele Gôut Americain, an American champagne from 1907, which reached record prices when auctioned at Christie’s and is considered the most expensive champagne in the world.

However, the famous “UFO of the Baltic”, according to experts, is nothing more than a deposit on the glacier, a rock formation dragged by the ice on the sea thousands of years ago. This conclusion came to Volker Brüchert, associate professor of Geology at Stockholm University, after studying the samples provided by its discoverer, treasure hunter Peter Lindberg, who declined to comment on the news of the anomaly.

Ocean X Team discovers a Monolith on the seabed

Researchers comment that in early June 2019 they discovered an object that looked like a large slab or some kind of very large monolith (25 meters long by 13 meters wide), while they were using a small remote-controlled vehicle that was scanning the bottom. of the sea. This object will be better analyzed with Radar and other passages in the seabed by remote controlled Drone. “It therefore remains to investigate, to deepen this new discovery,” says the Team.

The famous anomaly of the Baltic Sea is known as a formation or an object similar to that of a flat mushroom of about sixty meters in diameter, detected at the bottom of the Baltic Sea. It has also been defined as “UFO of the Baltic Sea”. The formation or object was discovered by tracking sonar on June 19, 2011. The discovery took place somewhere, but the exact location of the Baltic Sea bottom, where the mysterious object is located, was never disclosed. which should however be found between the border waters of Sweden and Finland. Those responsible for the discovery, Peter Lindberg, Dennis Åsberg and his company Ocean X Team, have received media attention in the past because their exploration on the seabed has allowed the discovery of a B-17 bomber in the United States in 1992 or the recovery of 2400 bottles without opening of Heidsieck & Co Monopoele Gôut Americain, an American champagne of 1907, which reached record prices when put up for auction at Christie’s and is considered the most expensive champagne in the world. However, the famous “Baltic UFO”, according to experts, is nothing more than a deposit on the glacier, a rock formation dragged by the ice over the sea thousands of years ago. This conclusion came to Volker Brüchert, associate professor of Geology at the University of Stockholm, after studying the samples provided by his discoverer, treasure hunter Peter Lindberg, who declined to comment on the news of the anomaly.
Ocean X Team discovers a monolith on the seabed
Researchers comment that at the beginning of June 2019 they discovered an object that looked like a large slab or a kind of monolith, while they were using a small remote-controlled vehicle that was scanning the bottom of the sea. This object will be better analyzed with Radar and other passages in the seabed using a remote-controlled Drone. “It remains therefore to investigate, to deepen this new discovery”, says the Team.

La famosa anomalía del mar Báltico se conoce como una formación o un objeto similar al de un hongo plano de unos sesenta metros de diámetro, detectado en el fondo del mar Báltico.
También se ha definido como “OVNI del mar Báltico”. La formación u objeto fue descubierta por el sonar de seguimiento el 19 de junio de 2011. El descubrimiento tuvo lugar en algún lugar, pero la ubicación exacta del fondo del Mar Báltico, donde se encuentra el misterioso objeto, nunca fue revelada. que, sin embargo, debe encontrarse entre las aguas fronterizas de Suecia y Finlandia. Los responsables del descubrimiento, Peter Lindberg, Dennis Åsberg y su compañía Ocean X Team, han recibido atención de los medios en el pasado porque su exploración en el fondo del mar ha permitido el descubrimiento de un bombardero B-17 en los Estados Unidos en 1992 o la recuperación de 2400 botellas sin abrir Heidsieck & Co Monopoele Gôut Americain, un champán estadounidense de 1907, que alcanzó precios récord cuando se puso a subasta en Christie’s y se considera el champán más caro del mundo. Sin embargo, el famoso “OVNI Báltico”, según los expertos, no es más que un depósito en el glaciar, una formación rocosa arrastrada por el hielo sobre el mar hace miles de años. Esta conclusión llegó a Volker Brüchert, profesor asociado de Geología en la Universidad de Estocolmo, después de estudiar las muestras proporcionadas por su descubridor, el cazador de tesoros Peter Lindberg, quien se negó a comentar sobre la noticia de la anomalía.
Ocean X Team descubre un monolito en el fondo del mar
Los investigadores comentan que a principios de junio de 2019 descubrieron un objeto que parecía una losa grande o una especie de monolito, mientras usaban un pequeño vehículo a control remoto que escaneaba el fondo del mar. Este objeto se analizará mejor con Radar y otros pasajes en el fondo marino utilizando un Drone controlado a distancia. “Queda por tanto investigar, profundizar este nuevo descubrimiento”, dice el equipo.

 

 

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