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|A dog bone, a complex star pattern, and a bunch of circles.||04/30/2006||1,643|
|Found this in North Park in the north hills of Pittsburgh||04/13/2008||426|
|the baseball fields on this army base form a star pattern||02/24/2009||519|
|Nice view of Stella Polaris, Polaris or Northern Star. |
The surrounding looks like a Chrysanthemum fire work. You don't see it from Earth.
Polaris (α UMi / α Ursae Minoris / Alpha Ursae Minoris), more commonly known as The North Star or simply North Star, is the brightest star in the constellation Ursa Minor. It is very close to the north celestial pole (42′...
|Are you going to Moscow ? |
Do you need a Hotel?
well, with this file you can see were the hotel is located.
With submenus of 5 star, 4 star, 3 star 2 star and 1 star.
If you combine this file with the Moscow-Metro file of this website, you can even check out which metro you need !
Moscow Metro: http://www.googleearthhacks.com/dlfile4646/Moscow-Metro-(Sub...
|Strange Pattern in a Yorkshire Field||01/17/2007||476|
|Strange pattern like a maze near Kidderminster (UK)||01/12/2006||390|
|The Incom T65 X-wing is a starfighter in the fictional Star Wars universe, first seen in the movie Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. It is depicted as the primary interceptor and dogfighter of the Rebel Alliance. ||09/26/2007||973|
|You can clearly see the star alliance sign, and its probably a united star alliance plane because:|
a. Its in London
b. The blue paint on turbines
|Appears to be a park or monument shaped like a star. Found in Shoreham - Michigan (USA)||08/15/2005||462|
|An 8-sided star in the middle of nowhere, Iraq.||06/28/2006||630|
|"This festively colorful nebula, called NGC 604, is one of the largest known seething cauldrons of star birth seen in a nearby galaxy. NGC 604 is similar to familiar star-birth regions in our Milky Way galaxy, such as the Orion Nebula, but it is vastly larger in extent and contains many more recently formed stars. This monstrous star-birth region contains more than 200 brilliant blue stars...||01/10/2009||945|