posted on Apr, 28 2014 @ 03:13 PM
originally posted by: theantediluvian
The image looks interesting but how deep is the water in that area? \
Google Earth has it around 40~90m water depth for the Gulf of Thailand.
I spent more than a few hours back in March looking for MH370 on tomnod. The image resolution was surprisingly good. I even spotted an undersea
pipeline running across the Gulf of Thailand. I thought it was an imaging anomaly at first.
Tomnod would publish their "crowd source" results of image "tags" of various objects spotted, most objects had 20+ tags by various observers.
That last crowd source report (as a Google Earth template) from Tomnod I have dates back to March 16th. That image in question is not in that report.
It should be noted that the area covered in each sat image is pretty small, they did not blanket the whole Gulf by any stretch of the imagination.
It's possible it could be from later imaging, but the search had moved from the Gulf,and was no longer the area interest
Now, for only one person to identify any object that was imaged by tomrod is highly unlikely. Tomnod assigns the same image to multiple viewers, to
provide duplicity of identifying tags. (Just like SETI files