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Contest #480

December 23rd, 2016 Posted by | Uncategorized | 23 comments

23 Responses to “Contest #480”

  1. As it’s Christmas I’d say this is the geographic Northpole
    90° 0′ 0″ N, 0° 0′ 0″ E
    Merry Christmas to you all!

  2. Lake North Pole

  3. Although I cannot reproduce this relatively high resolution image either in Google Earth or in Google Maps, it must be the Northern Pole regarding that if I zoom in on the image, I can see radial lines and that combined with water is only on the Northern Pole (also with the IBCAO image)

  4. Sorry I believe the North Pole, though it occurs that confirming this will not be easy with the water surface imagery.

  5. North Pole, Merry Christmas!

  6. Update: I can see the same image if I switch on the water surface layer in Google Earth so I’m pretty sure this is the North Pole.

  7. North Pole or near, I suppose.

    90 N, any longitude ad lib.

  8. The image credit suggests that this is a view of somewhere in the arctic ocean, but I suspect you had something more specific in mind. Any chance of an early hint?

  9. Nevermind, I just forgot what day it was. Obviously Santa has pretty sophisticated stealth technology, because this place looks nothing like a toy factory.

  10. The North Pole.

  11. Latitude 90D North, Planet Earth

    (Along with what appears to be a liquified impact crater)

  12. North Pole of course!

  13. Northpole
    89°59’52.93″ N 147°19’06.25″ W
    Radial nature of the image

  14. The North Pole? Just to the side of where Santa is sitting on his island.

  15. Addition to entry before:
    Northpole, Hollow Earth ?
    89°59’52.93″ N 147°19’06.25″ W

  16. North Pole, Artic Ocean

  17. CORRECTION, please !!!
    It is the Geographic NORTHPOLE, 90°N 0°W
    Please ignore my first two entries

  18. The geographic North Pole

  19. Hi

    About #480, probably linked to 2016>2017, you could at least let the “scale legend”
    let us know if “water legend” is on or off…

    Thanks in advance !

  20. ok, let’s say it’s the north pole

  21. 90,0 or north pole

  22. North Pole.

  23. International Bathymetric Chart of the Arctic Ocean