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Sphere is about a futuristic sphere that gives a group of scientists a special and unusual power- the power of being able to turn fantasy into reality The group of scientists are kept in total wonder as to why they were being sent to the middle of the Pacific Ocean The scientists consisted of Norman Johnson a psychologist Beth Halpern a zoologist and biochemist Harry Adams a mathematician and Ted Fielding an astrophysicist Each scientist played an important role- Norman was to watch the team because no one had ever seen an alien and they didnt know how people would react Beth was to assess any life form that the team might come across Harry was there because math is the universal language and Ted was there to determine where in the universe the aliens came from The story begins as Norman is being transported in a Sea Knight After Norman arrives at the site he is directly escorted to his quarters until Captain Barnes came and retrieved him On their way to the submersible he explained to everyone in the group what was going on He told them that there was a titanium fin found 1000 feet under the ocean and that it is over 12 mi long He also informed them that the spacecraft had been in that location for almost 300 years they could date the time because of the coral growth- coral grows at 1 in a year When they all arrived at the underwater habitat they were sent to a compression chamber to bring them to the right pressure The reason for the habitat is that it has the weight of air plus the weight of water pushing down on it If the habitat had the same pressure as the surface it would implode After compression the team was sent to their quarters for some rest before they set out to the spacecraft When the crew was
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