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Taken from 300 feet in the sky, Puma imagery shows the green fluorescein dye and oranges used to simulate an oil plume and oiled targets, respectively. (NOAA)

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Taken from 300 feet in the sky, Puma imagery shows the green fluorescein dye and oranges (tiny dots) used to simulate an oil plume and oiled targets, respectively. (NOAA)

Taken from 300 feet in the sky, Puma imagery shows the green fluorescein dye and oranges used to simulate an oil plume and oiled targets, respectively. (NOAA)

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