Google Maps: Mysterious plane 'crash' spotted among woods in USA in 'weird' photo

“If I recall correctly, the satellite takes different image colors in a sequence then overlaps them, hence the RGB and black and white of the plane; as it’s in motion, it moves between the different frames (sic),” one Reddit user claimed.

Another added: “You also have the issue that the satellite is also in motion.

“The images are adjusted so that the motion of the satellite is removed at ground level; but anything not at ground level then doesn’t ave the images line up.

“All fast moving aircraft have this effect due to their own motion, but it gets worse as the aircraft gain elevation and the motion of the satellite then adds to it.


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