After Newsweek declared Grand Rapids was among America's 10 dying cities, the city decided to prove them wrong with this lip dub of Don McLean's "American Pie"
The file shows the path made by the cameraman and where several part of the video were located. And there's also a link to the Youtube page.
I first found the contrails and thought they might be powerlines, but they stopped abruptly, so I zoomed in and found the airliner. By zooming way out, it seems to be enroute from Grand Rapids MI to Detroit Metro Mi. Does anyone know why a/c in flight have these ghost images? Is it because the satellite is moving in a different direction when the photo is take?
Chicago Fire - Toyota Park
Columbus Crew - Columbus Crew Stadium
D.C. United - RFK Stadium
Kansas City Wizards - Arrowhead Stadium
New England Revolution - Gillette Stadium
Red Bull New York - Giants Stadium
Toronto FC - BMO Field
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