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    Look at this location/ 43 0657.98 n 131 5405.60 This looks like a bomb exploding in russian port city. Look at time line pic it has a pic of 10 days earlier on 6/6/2010. why take a sat pic of same place 10 days later unless you know a explosion was going to happen.

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    Exclamation look at this location

    This looks like an explosion 43 0657.98 131 5405.60 It is a pic of a place in russia it looks like a bomb going off. the same place has a earlier pic 10 days before. why take two pics of same place 10 days apart unless you know something will happen

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    Quote Originally Posted by ron_astro View Post
    Look at this location/ 43 0657.98 n 131 5405.60
    Those coordinates are invalid...

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    Exclamation Repost of look at this location

    I made a mistake on the lat. and log. the correct location is 43 6'57.92"n
    131 54'5.63"e This is the bomb blast that I found that seems weird. The last pic before
    this one was 10 days earlier. No blast

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    Merged all your threads into one. You don't need to post three separate threads on one topic.

    What you are looking at is not a bomb blast. It is a reflection/solar glare. When an object is exceedingly shiny the sunlight will reflect off of it and create an image like that. I'm not very good at explaining it, sorry. Perhaps someone else can explain it better. It is certainly not an explosion though.

    These glares can have many different shapes, sizes, and colors:
    Golden glow
    Dutch star

    There's more, some that look like yours.


    Finally, the object you are looking at is the Chapel of the Holy Martyr Tatiana, which has a very shiny roof, making it prone to these reflections.
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