"The data stream is transmitted via wireless LAN from PALAOA to the German Neumayer Base. From there, a permanent satellite link transmits the data to the AWI in Germany.
You can listen to the underwater sound live from the Antarctic Ocean.
More than 15000 km lie between Antarctica and the institute in Germany. Due to the limited bandwith of the satellite link, jamming of the WLAN link due to storms, or energy shortage, the connection might temporarily be down or scrammed. In this case, please dial in later!"
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Description of sounds: mysterious, whales in the distance, water sounds, strange thuds and shudders
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2011-12-25, 05:00 #1
PALAOA - What does the Southern (Antarctic) Ocean sound like?
Last edited by jimzak; 2011-12-25 at 12:20.http://zzzone.net
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