posted on Oct, 3 2017 @ 07:53 PM
a reply to: BASSPLYR
Nah, I don’t think it’s a shadow of any sort. It’s just how they used the blur tool, or how the software generated the blur for that specific
But no shadow of any plane...
I was only pointing out that whatever was poking out, or could potentially have been seen some of in that particular image, because some ass forgot to
close the doors, they had the whole door opening intentionally blurred out. Whereas in similar perspective overhead shots prior, have shown the doors
closed, without any blurring.
see the attached image of the same hangar in 1997, and note the large fascia, above the hangar door... IF there was an aircraft poking out in the 2017
blurred sat photo, it certainly wouldn’t be seen that close to the building, in that shallow (relatively-speaking here) of an angle overhead shot,
there wouldn’t be any shadow of said aircraft, in the vicinity of the darker blur of our 2017 sat blurred door opening.
Either way, I think they blurred whatever they thought was being shown, and then some, which meant blurring some of the building fascia above the
hangar door, which we see in the 2017 sat blurred door opening.
edit on 10/3/2017 by weavty1 because: added actual photo of hangar, showing
building fascia above hangar door from a lower perspective