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    Lightbulb strange object near hawaii

    Does anyone have any idea what THIS is?

    I think it's a kind of stadium but theres no roads linking to it so......
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    Hmm... It looks a bit like a reservoir, but it doesn't look big enough to hold enough water to make it worthwhile. Also, on the north side of it, it seems to have a section going back into the mountain. There aren't any roads, but there are a lot of dirt Tracks(as you can see in my file), and at least two dirt tracks connect to a paved road called Hawaii Belt Road.

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    It's a water/rain reservoir. Look at the topographic map here:

    http://www.topozone.com/map.asp?lat=...RG&size=l&s=50
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    whats the use of a 0.09 by 0.07 km res? anyone ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssnandra View Post
    whats the use of a 0.09 by 0.07 km res? anyone ?
    What do you mean Ssnandra?
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    He means, what is the use of a reservoir of 90 m x 70 m

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    Default Kaopapawai Waterhole

    Kaopapawai Waterhole A type of "lake".
    The kmz you have listed it at 20000ft elevation. Below is a list of the waterholes for the Islands.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandolf View Post
    Kaopapawai Waterhole A type of "lake".
    This waterhole is on the other side of Mauna Loa.

    The Komakawai Waterholes (19.40056; -155.78167) are much nearer to this reservoir, but this special one is not listed.
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    Question A Spacemirror or Radar

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