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Gas Leak under the Baltic Sea

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September 28 · Issue #1752 · View online
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Two underwater natural gas pipelines ruptured yesterday, causing a large disturbance on the Baltic Sea near the Danish island of Bornholm. Although both pipelines — the Nord Stream 1 and 2 — were not actively transporting gas, hundreds of millions of tons of methane sitting inside them leaked out, creating the half-mile-wide circle of churning sea seen here. European leaders believe the leaks were caused by intentional underwater explosions, and act of Russian sabotage toward Europe.

Source imagery: Danish Defence Command via AP
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