• 3D fly-thru Cayman Trough

    Alan Evans made this movie in 2008 showing a 3D fly-thru of coarse regional bathymetry of the Cayman Trough prior to our expedition to the Mid-Caymann Spreading Centre where we discovered the deepest hydrothermal vent field known, the Beebe Vent Field.

    published: 12 Jun 2015
  • Cayman Trench 1

    Descendiendo...descending...Cayman Wall Trench-Fosa Cayman.

    published: 31 May 2014
  • Deep Submarine Dive - Cayman Trench

    I chartered a submarine in Roatan, Honduras to dive 2000 feet deep for a 4 hour dive into the Cayman Trench (aka the Cayman Trough, Bartlett Deep, Bartlett Trough). This was dive number 15 for that submarine to 2000 feet depth. That was the maximum dive depth limit for that submarine on January 18, 2005. There were some technical issues which needed to be overcome before the depth limit could get closer to the 3000 feet hull crush depth. I believe that more people have climbed Mount Everest than have been 2000 feet underwater. I dedicated this video to the memory of my soulmate, Cricket Garrison. Please see her memorial website and underwater memorial tribute video at cricketspad.com. The video was shot on 8mm MiniDV tape using a Panasonic Palmcorder in 2005. The video quality is poor b...

    published: 10 Jul 2013
  • Manned missions to Cayman Trough deep-sea vents

    GoPro camera footage from dives by UK scientists in Japan's Shinkai6500 submersible to deep-sea vents in the Cayman Trough, as part of RV Yokosuka expedition YK13-05 led by Prof Ken Takai of JAMSTEC in June 2013. Includes footage from the first manned mission to the world's deepest known hydrothermal vents--the Beebe Vent Field at a depth of ~5 km (3.1 miles)--and the first manned mission to the Von Damm Vent Field at a depth of 2.3 km (1.43 miles) on the top of an underwater mountain. For my account of the first manned mission to the deepest known undersea vents, please visit http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2013/jul/05/five-thousand-metres-sea-hydrothermal-vents For archive footage of Prof Ken Takai's live broadcast from Beebe Vent Field, please visit http://live.nicovideo.jp/watch/l...

    published: 04 Jul 2013
  • Volcanic Life in Cayman Trough

    Article can be found here: http://www.quantumday.com/2012/01/deepest-underwater-volcanic-vent-full.html Deep down in the Caribbean seafloor, around 3.1 miles (5 kilometers) is the Cayman Trough. It is the world's deepest undersea volcanic vent. Known as "black smokers", these vents eject water hot enough to melt lead and surprisingly is teeming with creatures able to live under extreme conditions. Video shot list: cayman_deepsea_vents_hidef.avi - DivX file, 1280x720 res, 60000 Kbps, 25 fps 00:00.00 - 00:18.23 World's deepest "black smoker" vents at the Beebe Vent Field, 5 km deep in the Cayman Trough 00:18.24 - 00:27.04 New species of shrimp swarming around vents at the Beebe Vent Field 00:27.05 - 00:43.08 Anemones lining cracks seeping water water at the Beebe vent Field 00:43.09 ...

    published: 10 Jan 2012
  • InterRidge - Cayman Trough

    Deep-sea hydrothermal vents are among the most extreme environments on the planet. Much is still unknown about the species living here, but mining companies are trying to exploit the rich source of minerals. Video of the 5000m-deep Cayman Trough vents, the deepest known, supplied by Dr Bramley Murton, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK.

    published: 20 Dec 2013
  • informative cayman trough speech

    Pauls speech for class

    published: 13 Apr 2010
  • First human-occupied vehicle dive to the world's deepest known undersea vents (3.1 miles / 5 km)

    Dive #1349 of the Shinkai6500, 21 June 2013, was the first dive by a human-occupied vehicle to the world's deepest known undersea volcanic vents: the Beebe Vent Field, ~5 km m (~3.1 miles) deep in the Cayman Trough of the Caribbean Sea. For further details, see http://www.theguardian.com/science/2013/jul/05/five-thousand-metres-sea-hydrothermal-vents Aboard the sub were pilot Yoshitaka Sasaki, co-pilot Yudai Tayama, and UK scientist Dr Jon Copley (University of Southampton). The dive took place during expedition YK 13-05 of the research ship RV Yokosuka, led by Prof Ken Takai of the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), as part of the QUELLE 2013 ("Quest for the Limit of Life") round-the-world voyage of the ship.

    published: 10 Sep 2013
  • World's deepest known undersea vents

    Some Isis ROV dive highlights from the world's deepest known hydrothermal vents: the Beebe Vent Field, at a depth of ~5 km (3.1 miles) in the Cayman Trough. This footage was filmed during RRS James Cook Voyage 82 in February 2013; for further details please see http://www.thesearethevoyages.net/jc82/ Many thanks to Adrian Glover for shot selection and main editing!

    published: 06 Apr 2013
  • Small Tsunami Caught on Camera in Caribbean Sea in 2015 - 津波

    Small Tsunami Caught on Camera in Caribbean Sea in 2015 - 津波 The Caribbean Sea (Spanish: Mar Caribe) is a sea of the Atlantic Ocean located in the tropics of the Western Hemisphere. It is bounded by the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico and Central America to the west and southwest, to the north by the Greater Antilles starting with Cuba, to the east by the Lesser Antilles, and to the south by the north coast of South America. The entire area of the Caribbean Sea, the numerous islands of the West Indies, and adjacent coasts, are collectively known as 'the Caribbean'. The Caribbean Sea is one of the largest seas and has an area of about 2,754,000 km2 (1,063,000 sq mi). The sea's deepest point is the Cayman Trough, between the Cayman Islands and Jamaica, at 7,686 m (25,220 ft) below sea level. ...

    published: 29 Dec 2015
  • HOW TO KILL A BIRD, Archipelago de San Blass, part 2

    SLAWEK, draft notes with a camera, Archipelago de San Blass. The Caribbean Sea is a sea of the Atlantic Ocean located in the tropics of the Western hemisphere. It is bounded by the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico and Central America to the west and southwest, to the north by the Greater Antilles starting with Cuba, to the east by the Lesser Antilles, and to the south by the north coast of South America. The entire area of the Caribbean Sea, the numerous islands of the West Indies, and adjacent coasts, are collectively known as the Caribbean. The Caribbean Sea is one of the largest seas and has an area of about 2,754,000 km² (1,063,000 sq. mi.).The sea's deepest point is the Cayman Trough, between the Cayman Islands and Jamaica, at 7,686 m (25,220 ft) below sea level. The Caribbean coastline ha...

    published: 20 Jan 2015
  • Deepest undersea vents discovered

    Scientists exploring the Carribean have identified the deepest thermal vents anywhere in the world. Located 5km below the surface, the vents are located within the Cayman Trough region. Using a special remotely-operated vehicle, researchers have been able to take a close-up look at the alien landscape at the bottom of the sea which features spindly stacks up to 10m high which belch out dark water at temperatures of 400C. The site is one of 200 known to contain deep sea hydrothermal vents. "The beauty of working in the deep oceans is that you're always stumbling over things that are completely new," said Dr Jon Copley. "It's teaching us how little we know and for a few minutes it's not about the science, it's about the wonder of the planet, something that's been hidden for so long." "UK ...

    published: 25 Nov 2016
  • Scientists Uncover Deepest Vents Under the Caribbean Ocean

    Scientists uncover the deepest vents under the Caribbean Ocean. Scientists have found the deepest hydrothermal vents on the ocean floor at nearly 5 thousand meters or about three miles under the surface of the water in the Cayman Trough in the depths of the Caribbean Sea. Water coming out of the vents was measured at over 750 degrees Fahrenheit. A British research ship is conducting the study with funds from the Natural Environment Research Council. Doctor Jon Copley of the National Oceanography Centre, the chief scientist said: "The beauty of working in the deep oceans is that you're always stumbling over things that are completely new. It's teaching us how little we know and for a few minutes it's not about the science, it's about the wonder of the planet, something that's b...

    published: 01 May 2013
  • UK scientists discover world's deepest sea vents

    UK scientists exploring the ocean floor in the Caribbean have discovered an "astounding" set of hydrothermal vents, the deepest anywhere in the world. Deploying a remotely-operated vehicle (ROV) in the Cayman Trough, they stumbled across a previously-unknown site nearly 5000m below the surface. The vents blast out some of the hottest water on the planet - it is 400 degrees centigrade.

    published: 21 Feb 2013
  • amazing sea life down in the deep sea in the Cayman Trench (March 14th, 2014)

    published: 27 Mar 2014
  • Canon XA10: Cayman Trench

    Cruise Ship & Island Travel Gear & Advice - http://goo.gl/wCdIV9 The Cayman Trench is visible within this video past where the dive boat is moored and the water darkens. The depth of the ocean drops immediately from a few feet to a few thousand feet at the Cayman Trench. The Cayman Trench may also be known as the Cayman Trough and is a popular destination for wall divers. Even if you're not a diver and are in Grand Cayman, you can have a great view of the Cayman Trench from Stingray City. Please share this video and subscribe to the IrixGuy Adventure Channel (http://youtube.com/IrixGuy) and enjoy all of my travel videos! Filmed with a Canon XA10 camera and edited in Final Cut Pro X on an Apple iMac computer. Contains royalty-free music from http://VideoBlocks.com

    published: 19 Jun 2013
3D fly-thru Cayman Trough

3D fly-thru Cayman Trough

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Alan Evans made this movie in 2008 showing a 3D fly-thru of coarse regional bathymetry of the Cayman Trough prior to our expedition to the Mid-Caymann Spreading Centre where we discovered the deepest hydrothermal vent field known, the Beebe Vent Field.
https://wn.com/3D_Fly_Thru_Cayman_Trough
Cayman Trench 1

Cayman Trench 1

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Descendiendo...descending...Cayman Wall Trench-Fosa Cayman.
https://wn.com/Cayman_Trench_1
Deep Submarine Dive - Cayman Trench

Deep Submarine Dive - Cayman Trench

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  • Updated: 10 Jul 2013
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I chartered a submarine in Roatan, Honduras to dive 2000 feet deep for a 4 hour dive into the Cayman Trench (aka the Cayman Trough, Bartlett Deep, Bartlett Trough). This was dive number 15 for that submarine to 2000 feet depth. That was the maximum dive depth limit for that submarine on January 18, 2005. There were some technical issues which needed to be overcome before the depth limit could get closer to the 3000 feet hull crush depth. I believe that more people have climbed Mount Everest than have been 2000 feet underwater. I dedicated this video to the memory of my soulmate, Cricket Garrison. Please see her memorial website and underwater memorial tribute video at cricketspad.com. The video was shot on 8mm MiniDV tape using a Panasonic Palmcorder in 2005. The video quality is poor by today's standards due to the lack of image stabilization, low light focus problems, low resolution interlaced video, and a challenging environment. Enjoy this rare glimpse into a world which has been visited by so few people.
https://wn.com/Deep_Submarine_Dive_Cayman_Trench
Manned missions to Cayman Trough deep-sea vents

Manned missions to Cayman Trough deep-sea vents

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  • Updated: 04 Jul 2013
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GoPro camera footage from dives by UK scientists in Japan's Shinkai6500 submersible to deep-sea vents in the Cayman Trough, as part of RV Yokosuka expedition YK13-05 led by Prof Ken Takai of JAMSTEC in June 2013. Includes footage from the first manned mission to the world's deepest known hydrothermal vents--the Beebe Vent Field at a depth of ~5 km (3.1 miles)--and the first manned mission to the Von Damm Vent Field at a depth of 2.3 km (1.43 miles) on the top of an underwater mountain. For my account of the first manned mission to the deepest known undersea vents, please visit http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/2013/jul/05/five-thousand-metres-sea-hydrothermal-vents For archive footage of Prof Ken Takai's live broadcast from Beebe Vent Field, please visit http://live.nicovideo.jp/watch/lv139636921 For some more info about Shinkai6500, please see http://www.jamstec.go.jp/e/about/equipment/ships/shinkai6500.html
https://wn.com/Manned_Missions_To_Cayman_Trough_Deep_Sea_Vents
Volcanic Life in Cayman Trough

Volcanic Life in Cayman Trough

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Article can be found here: http://www.quantumday.com/2012/01/deepest-underwater-volcanic-vent-full.html Deep down in the Caribbean seafloor, around 3.1 miles (5 kilometers) is the Cayman Trough. It is the world's deepest undersea volcanic vent. Known as "black smokers", these vents eject water hot enough to melt lead and surprisingly is teeming with creatures able to live under extreme conditions. Video shot list: cayman_deepsea_vents_hidef.avi - DivX file, 1280x720 res, 60000 Kbps, 25 fps 00:00.00 - 00:18.23 World's deepest "black smoker" vents at the Beebe Vent Field, 5 km deep in the Cayman Trough 00:18.24 - 00:27.04 New species of shrimp swarming around vents at the Beebe Vent Field 00:27.05 - 00:43.08 Anemones lining cracks seeping water water at the Beebe vent Field 00:43.09 - 00:52.14 Wide-angle view of the peak of the Von Damm Vent Field 00:52.15 - 01:08.23 Swarms of shrimp in shimmering warm water bathing the Von Damm Vent Field 01:08.24 - 01:34.01 Closer view of new shrimp species at the Von Damm Vent Field Video (c) / credit "University of Southampton / NOC"
https://wn.com/Volcanic_Life_In_Cayman_Trough
InterRidge - Cayman Trough

InterRidge - Cayman Trough

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  • Updated: 20 Dec 2013
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Deep-sea hydrothermal vents are among the most extreme environments on the planet. Much is still unknown about the species living here, but mining companies are trying to exploit the rich source of minerals. Video of the 5000m-deep Cayman Trough vents, the deepest known, supplied by Dr Bramley Murton, National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK.
https://wn.com/Interridge_Cayman_Trough
informative cayman trough speech

informative cayman trough speech

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Pauls speech for class
https://wn.com/Informative_Cayman_Trough_Speech
First human-occupied vehicle dive to the world's deepest known undersea vents (3.1 miles / 5 km)

First human-occupied vehicle dive to the world's deepest known undersea vents (3.1 miles / 5 km)

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  • Updated: 10 Sep 2013
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Dive #1349 of the Shinkai6500, 21 June 2013, was the first dive by a human-occupied vehicle to the world's deepest known undersea volcanic vents: the Beebe Vent Field, ~5 km m (~3.1 miles) deep in the Cayman Trough of the Caribbean Sea. For further details, see http://www.theguardian.com/science/2013/jul/05/five-thousand-metres-sea-hydrothermal-vents Aboard the sub were pilot Yoshitaka Sasaki, co-pilot Yudai Tayama, and UK scientist Dr Jon Copley (University of Southampton). The dive took place during expedition YK 13-05 of the research ship RV Yokosuka, led by Prof Ken Takai of the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), as part of the QUELLE 2013 ("Quest for the Limit of Life") round-the-world voyage of the ship.
https://wn.com/First_Human_Occupied_Vehicle_Dive_To_The_World's_Deepest_Known_Undersea_Vents_(3.1_Miles_5_Km)
World's deepest known undersea vents

World's deepest known undersea vents

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  • Updated: 06 Apr 2013
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Some Isis ROV dive highlights from the world's deepest known hydrothermal vents: the Beebe Vent Field, at a depth of ~5 km (3.1 miles) in the Cayman Trough. This footage was filmed during RRS James Cook Voyage 82 in February 2013; for further details please see http://www.thesearethevoyages.net/jc82/ Many thanks to Adrian Glover for shot selection and main editing!
https://wn.com/World's_Deepest_Known_Undersea_Vents
Small Tsunami Caught on Camera in Caribbean Sea in 2015 -  津波

Small Tsunami Caught on Camera in Caribbean Sea in 2015 - 津波

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Small Tsunami Caught on Camera in Caribbean Sea in 2015 - 津波 The Caribbean Sea (Spanish: Mar Caribe) is a sea of the Atlantic Ocean located in the tropics of the Western Hemisphere. It is bounded by the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico and Central America to the west and southwest, to the north by the Greater Antilles starting with Cuba, to the east by the Lesser Antilles, and to the south by the north coast of South America. The entire area of the Caribbean Sea, the numerous islands of the West Indies, and adjacent coasts, are collectively known as 'the Caribbean'. The Caribbean Sea is one of the largest seas and has an area of about 2,754,000 km2 (1,063,000 sq mi). The sea's deepest point is the Cayman Trough, between the Cayman Islands and Jamaica, at 7,686 m (25,220 ft) below sea level. The Caribbean coastline has many gulfs and bays: the Gulf of Gonâve, Gulf of Venezuela, Gulf of Darién, Golfo de los Mosquitos, Gulf of Paria and Gulf of Honduras. Roadtown, Tortola, British Virgin Islands The Caribbean Sea is proven to have the second biggest barrier reef in the world. This is called the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. It runs 1,000 km (620 mi) along the coasts of Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, and Honduras Humman Adventures
https://wn.com/Small_Tsunami_Caught_On_Camera_In_Caribbean_Sea_In_2015_津波
HOW TO KILL A BIRD, Archipelago de San Blass, part 2

HOW TO KILL A BIRD, Archipelago de San Blass, part 2

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  • Updated: 20 Jan 2015
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SLAWEK, draft notes with a camera, Archipelago de San Blass. The Caribbean Sea is a sea of the Atlantic Ocean located in the tropics of the Western hemisphere. It is bounded by the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico and Central America to the west and southwest, to the north by the Greater Antilles starting with Cuba, to the east by the Lesser Antilles, and to the south by the north coast of South America. The entire area of the Caribbean Sea, the numerous islands of the West Indies, and adjacent coasts, are collectively known as the Caribbean. The Caribbean Sea is one of the largest seas and has an area of about 2,754,000 km² (1,063,000 sq. mi.).The sea's deepest point is the Cayman Trough, between the Cayman Islands and Jamaica, at 7,686 m (25,220 ft) below sea level. The Caribbean coastline has many gulfs and bays: the Gulf of Gonâve, Gulf of Venezuela, Gulf of Darién, Golfo de los Mosquitos, Gulf of Paria and Gulf of Honduras. The name "Caribbean" is derived from the Caribs, one of the dominant Native American groups in the region at the time of European contact during the late 15th century. After the discovery of America by accident Christopher Columbus in 1492, the Spanish term Antillas was assigned to the lands; stemming from this, "Sea of the Antilles" is a common alternative name for the Caribbean Sea in various European languages. During the first century of development, the Spanish dominance was undisputed.
https://wn.com/How_To_Kill_A_Bird,_Archipelago_De_San_Blass,_Part_2
Deepest undersea vents discovered

Deepest undersea vents discovered

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Scientists exploring the Carribean have identified the deepest thermal vents anywhere in the world. Located 5km below the surface, the vents are located within the Cayman Trough region. Using a special remotely-operated vehicle, researchers have been able to take a close-up look at the alien landscape at the bottom of the sea which features spindly stacks up to 10m high which belch out dark water at temperatures of 400C. The site is one of 200 known to contain deep sea hydrothermal vents. "The beauty of working in the deep oceans is that you're always stumbling over things that are completely new," said Dr Jon Copley. "It's teaching us how little we know and for a few minutes it's not about the science, it's about the wonder of the planet, something that's been hidden for so long." "UK scientists exploring the ocean floor in the Caribbean have discovered an "astounding" set of hydrothermal vents, the deepest anywhere in the world."
https://wn.com/Deepest_Undersea_Vents_Discovered
Scientists Uncover Deepest Vents Under the Caribbean Ocean

Scientists Uncover Deepest Vents Under the Caribbean Ocean

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Scientists uncover the deepest vents under the Caribbean Ocean. Scientists have found the deepest hydrothermal vents on the ocean floor at nearly 5 thousand meters or about three miles under the surface of the water in the Cayman Trough in the depths of the Caribbean Sea. Water coming out of the vents was measured at over 750 degrees Fahrenheit. A British research ship is conducting the study with funds from the Natural Environment Research Council. Doctor Jon Copley of the National Oceanography Centre, the chief scientist said: "The beauty of working in the deep oceans is that you're always stumbling over things that are completely new. It's teaching us how little we know and for a few minutes it's not about the science, it's about the wonder of the planet, something that's been hidden for so long." An unmanned submersible has retrieved samples of water from the vent and some animals that have evolved to live in the unique environment created by the vents. Among the unique deep sea wildlife is a shrimp that scientists think is blind, with an organ on its back that can tell when its getting too close to the hot water. There have been about 200 hydrothermal vents discovered in oceans around the world.
https://wn.com/Scientists_Uncover_Deepest_Vents_Under_The_Caribbean_Ocean
UK scientists discover world's deepest sea vents

UK scientists discover world's deepest sea vents

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  • Updated: 21 Feb 2013
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UK scientists exploring the ocean floor in the Caribbean have discovered an "astounding" set of hydrothermal vents, the deepest anywhere in the world. Deploying a remotely-operated vehicle (ROV) in the Cayman Trough, they stumbled across a previously-unknown site nearly 5000m below the surface. The vents blast out some of the hottest water on the planet - it is 400 degrees centigrade.
https://wn.com/UK_Scientists_Discover_World's_Deepest_Sea_Vents
amazing sea life down in the deep sea in the Cayman Trench (March 14th, 2014)

amazing sea life down in the deep sea in the Cayman Trench (March 14th, 2014)

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https://wn.com/Amazing_Sea_Life_Down_In_The_Deep_Sea_In_The_Cayman_Trench_(March_14Th,_2014)
Canon XA10: Cayman Trench

Canon XA10: Cayman Trench

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Cruise Ship & Island Travel Gear & Advice - http://goo.gl/wCdIV9 The Cayman Trench is visible within this video past where the dive boat is moored and the water darkens. The depth of the ocean drops immediately from a few feet to a few thousand feet at the Cayman Trench. The Cayman Trench may also be known as the Cayman Trough and is a popular destination for wall divers. Even if you're not a diver and are in Grand Cayman, you can have a great view of the Cayman Trench from Stingray City. Please share this video and subscribe to the IrixGuy Adventure Channel (http://youtube.com/IrixGuy) and enjoy all of my travel videos! Filmed with a Canon XA10 camera and edited in Final Cut Pro X on an Apple iMac computer. Contains royalty-free music from http://VideoBlocks.com
https://wn.com/Canon_Xa10_Cayman_Trench
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