10 Astonishing Google Earth Discoveries

Columbus, Magellan, and Vasco de Gama have been most enthusiastic about their times to travel throughout the world, but now anyone can be either of them. Anyone can go through the world in no time. You need just an internet connection, a computer, and Google Earth.
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Columbus, Magellan, and Vasco de Gama have been most enthusiastic about their times to travel throughout the world, but now anyone can be either of them. Anyone can go through the world in no time. You need just an internet connection, a computer, and Google Earth.

Google Earth is another free service from Google. You can fly throughout the world in minutes with Google. Exploration is an armchair task nowadays. Pictures are sharp with the help of high-definition satellites. People are not using Google for fun and entertainment but for its informative benefits. It has helped scientists find previously known disasters and police locate clandestine marijuana fields. Just try yourself to find more astonishing images.

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1. Firefox Logo in Cornfield

Alien technology is not so foreign, after all. This firebox crop circle was pulled up in a cornfield in Oregon, but its genesis is not mysterious. In 2006, to celebrate the web browser’s 50 millionth download, the Oregon State University Linux User’s Group made a huge mural that took up over 45,000 square feet.

Firefox Logo in Cornfield on Google Earth

2. Airplane Graveyard

The Davis Monthan Air Force Base outside of Tucson, Ariz, is where the old planes die. Above 4000 Navy airliners are on the base, from B52s to theft bombers, where they salvage and break down for scrap. The picture ranks as one of the most popular Google Earth images, making trips through the territory a hot commodity.

Airplane Graveyard on Google Earth

3. Secret Swastika

As the Coronado Naval Amphibious Base builders in San Diego scheduled this complex in 1967, the satellite imagery was mostly the latest thing from their masterminds. But Google Earth, in 2007, got four detached buildings on the base and got an unlucky form when beheld from the top; a swastika.

The military says it’s investing above $600,000 to mask the shape. “We don’t want the association with something as symbolic and hateful as a swastika,” according to a spokesperson.

Secret Swastika logo on Google Earth

4. A Face in the Clay

It seems perturbingly like a face from the top, but this formation in Alberta, Canada, is natural. Dubbed the Badlands Guardian, the “face” is a valley crumbled into the clay. Some people say it’s a man with earphones in his ears, which is merely a road, and another one is an oil well. Even The Badlands Guardian looks like it’s not unsusceptible to investigational grounding.

A Face in the Clay on Google Earth

5. Crop Circles

The area contains two extremely large patches of diamonds surrounded by massive circles. An author named John Sweeny claimed it was a marker for the hidden bunkers of the Church of Scientology. Scientologists use the signs as an instruction after protecting “Armageddon” and moving back to Earth.

Crop Circles on Google Earth

6. UFO Landing Pads

Here is the actual google earth Mystery. Moreover, we can see these awkward makings on air bases in the United States and the United Kingdom. This one derives from a core outside Norwich, England. UK Minister of Defense says it is a motorcycle range, but others consider it a satellite calibration technique. No one knows the military is saying anything.

UFO Landing Pads on Google Earth

7. Human Lips in Sweden

Here is a spot in Sweden where if we glance from the top, it looks like luscious human lips, but in actuality, it is a hill structure in Gharba, Darfur, Sudan. Furthermore, if one has a wild imagination, he may consider that it can swallow the dispersed area and its environment. It also has a dark, murky hole no one knows about or can estimate where it may end. It’s creepy too.

Human Lips in Sweden on Google Earth

8. Portal to Hell in New Baltimore (New York)

If someone has played “Silent Hill,” he will get shocked by his life when he glances at the images of this area on Google Earth Map. It feels like a Nightmare and turns around high buildings and blur figures, which resemble a lot of “Silent Hill.” Later, it was found that the whole road was distorted because of a technical problem. The area still feels creepy because one can’t unsee the scenes.

Portal to Hell in New Baltimore on Google Earth

9. Shipwreck

Accidents on the road, the sea, and oceans, too, have such accidents as sunken ships in storms. North Sentinel Island, Andaman, and Nicobar Islands, India, are visible as the largest shipwreck Noticeable on Google.

It’s S.S. Jassim, a 265-foot Bolivian Cargo Ferry that ran to a seashore and sank on Wingate Reef in 2003. Lastly, no one can visit the spot as a dangerous tribe accuses it. The report says that the island is almost the size of Mahantann but never had outside contact because the tribe killed two people who went there for fishing.

Shipwreck on Google Earth

10. Giant Pink Bunny

At 5000 feet high, Coleta Fava Hill, in the northern part of the Italian Piedmont region, is a massively dispersed bunny that has claimed an area of 200 feet. If someone searches for the site, they might freak out with its huge size and creepy face.

This panther is an art expert by Gelitin, a Viennese art collective. Furthermore, they designed the outdoor sculpture to let the visitors enjoy climbing and sleeping on it.

 Giant Pink Bunny on Google Earth


You can see a large collection of imagery on Google Earth, including satellite, aerial, 3D, and street view images, and they aggregate over time from contributors and platforms. Images are not present in real-time, so one cannot see live swaps. Google Earth is a browser that accesses satellite and aerial imagery, topography, ocean bathymetry, and other geographic data on the internet to constitute the Earth as a three-dimensional globe. Everything in Google Earth is unbelievably mind-blowing as it’s 3D, where you can spin around Earth’s highest mountain just by swiping your finger. You can search out such stuff and terrain throughout the universe.