Ads visible from space

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8 Responses to “Ads visible from space”

  1. dross1260 says:

    Caterpillar proving grounds…once.

  2. Wowbagger_Infinitley_Prolonged says:

    Conspicuously absent: “We apologise for the inconvenience”

  3. Hungry says:

    Are those footprints left in wet cement?

  4. James B says:

    I’m pretty sure the Nazca Lines are an advertisement pointing to the tasty cattle that the space aliens use to refill their meat replicators.  Planet Earth is like culinary tourism for aliens.

  5. Dick Pilz says:

    Put 41.67,-86.49 in Google Maps. The Studebaker trees have been there over 70 years.

    • valdis says:

      The Studebaker trees are interesting, but not sure if they’re big enough to count as “visible from space”.  Looking at Google Earth, I can easily make out the elliptical track at an “altitude” of 35 miles, but the trees become visible as a long clump of trees around  11 miles, distinguishable as letters around 40,000 feet, and legible around 25,000 feet.

  6. Diodeus says:

    Yes, someone really needs to define “Visible from space” as “Viewable from low earth obit with the unaided eye”.

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