Slow Down

Slow Down

Slow Down est un son d'origine inconnue enregistré le 19 mai 1997 dans l'Océan Pacifique par le National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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Le son a été enregistré pendant 7 minutes par trois batteries d'hydrophones distantes de 2 000 km dans le sud de l'océan Pacifique[1] (15° S 115° W / -15, -115).

Son nom provient du fait qu'il descend en fréquence pendant 7 minutes.

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