Welcome able 41 to the GEH forums. This kind of query is one that many people here will be more than happy to help you with. We all love a good mystery. And chances are McMaster_de will not only know what kind of plane, but why it is where it is, and possibly (probably) a photo from the ground. He is the undisputed master at this kind of stuff.
A couple of protocols for you Able:
If you insert latitude and longitude coordinates, make sure they can be copied and pasted into the Fly To box in GEarth. In your lat/long, you inserted some asterisks, and when I try pasting exactly what you typed, I get an error from GEarth telling me my "search returned no results". So it's better without asterisks - like this:
24 56 08.62 N 102 38 39.55 E
Even better than longitude and latitude would be attaching a placemark. It is very simple to create and save a placemark, just click the thumbtack (near the top of the GEarth screen) and follow directions. Once you've created your placemark, right click on it (in the GEarth side window) and choose "save as". Then you can upload it to our forums by clicking the "Manage Attachements" button below the "Submit Reply" button.
I did this and have attached the file. You can see how much easier it would be for someone else to see your plane using the attached kmz file than cutting/copying long/lat coordinates.
Last but not least, about half the time you can find the answer to "What is this?" by turning on the GEC (Google Earth Community) layer found in the lower box on the left side of the GEarth screen. In this case, there is nothing about your plane.
For that, you get a "Good Find" shout out. Finding an airplane in a weird spot - a plane not "discovered" yet by the GEC group - is pretty darn rare. So welcome to GEH, you've elevated yourself fairly high on the esteem meter with this particular plane.