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Antarctica researcher makes interesting discovery not visible on web version of Google Maps

 
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Antarctica researcher makes interesting discovery not visible on web version of Google Maps
Sorry I'm new, hadn't seen this posted on here yet.

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Dude, that’s very intriguing..
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The red could be rust from something ancient.
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Cool. Far as I can tell it looks like there was a pre-existing covered half-pipe style tunnel. Think it's called a ribbed culvert. It's the same sort of accordion shape as most human made arctic structures, but when did it get there? It's substantial. It looks like the runway and staging area came later, then I'm guessing that radar array on the surface came last.

It looks like they re-opened an old research facility that had been buried. I have no idea whose. The facility would have had to have been created and buried sometime before 1998.
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If you turn on the Wikipedia layer on Google Earth Pro, when you find weird looking things, you'll often find a Wikipedia page to explain what it is.

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

The people and comments were like "Can't find what government does this", etc.



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If you turn on the Wikipedia layer on Google Earth Pro, when you find weird looking things, you'll often find a Wikipedia page to explain what it is.

[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

The people and comments were like "Can't find what government does this", etc.



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I just reinstalled Google Earth Pro, nice little feature.

It's marked as Kohnen Station alright, but I think they might be somewhat understating the capabilities of that base. Plus it only opened in 2001, but image history shows that yawning rectangular entrance portal was present as early as 1988.

Someone got there sooner.
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That rectangle is probably the flatroof of the facility itself and not a tunnel entrance

well I know they're doing ice coring there, I'm thinking all those lines of weird shapes are just a line of boreholes

most arctic vehicles are painted orange-red for visibility, I think the reddish color patches are light reflecting from the modules of the crawler vehicle they supply the base with
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Omg that red stuff is just poop from the penguins
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The red could be rust from something ancient.
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Or blood.
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The red could be rust from something ancient.
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Or blood.
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They need to feed the aliens and cabal with humans.
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I wouldn't put too much stock in the red coloring.

There are entire half neon green mountain ranges from the satellite cameras bugging out from the contrast. Colors become way oversaturated.
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