Category: Satellite Oddities

What are these features on Eldon Hill?

Eldon Hill, located in the Peak District of England, has been the subject of much curiosity and speculation due to the unusual features that can be observed on its surface through satellite imagery. The area consists of a series of ridges and valleys that appear to be arranged in a regular geometric pattern. These features

Unraveling the Mystery of Bright Patterns in the Dry Andes: A Satellite Oddity

The Dry Andes, located in South America, is a vast region that stretches over 1,200 kilometers from north to south. It is known for its dry climate, high altitude, and stunning landscapes. In recent years, however, a strange phenomenon has been observed in this region – the appearance of bright patterns on the ground that

Unveiling the Mystery: Real-time Imagery in GOES-East GeoColor City Lights Images

The GOES-East satellite is a geostationary satellite operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) that continuously monitors weather conditions over the United States and surrounding regions. One of the most intriguing features of the satellite is its GeoColor imagery, which shows the Earth in vivid colors, highlighting clouds, oceans, and land. However, there

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