In the era of today's technological innovations, new solutions are emerging that make life easier for us. Take, for example, Google Maps – a site that uses satellite images to capture Earth. It allows traveling around the world without leaving your home. Sometimes Google Earth registers a rather strange "phenomenon". This time did not differ.
An unusual discovery
55-year-old Robert Morton broke through Google Earth when he was accidentally encountered a passenger plane that sank about 11 km from the Scottish coast in the water:
He seems to have been under water – he posted on social media under the photo he shared
However, the man did not rule out the possibility that the Google satellite made a mistake when the plane was flying. It has basics.
I know this is not a real plane, most likely this effect gave a picture of the passer-by machine when it was covered by a small cloud – he added
And what do you believe in?
source: dailymail.co.uk | photographs: Google Earth