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Beneath 8,200 feet of water, the Alvin submarine scopes out the Pacific's seafloor in the 1970s. The geologists aboard weren't searching for life — they were on the hunt for hot spots and undersea thermal vents. Courtesy of Kathy Crane hide caption

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Courtesy of Kathy Crane

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