posted on Jan, 17 2012 @ 12:07 AM
Google Earth needs to be supplemented by examining maps of the area. Most of the time there is information of the topo maps. Here is a link to the
It shows it as a Naval reservation.
If you turn on the Google Earth Community, you will see there is a thread there indicating this area is the Lualualei Naval Station. Now the Google
Earth Community is full of errors, nearly as bad as the stuff you find on youtube, so you can't trust what you read there, but it is a start. Doing a
search on that term leads to a link that is more trustworthy than the Google Earth Community.
Explosives are commonly stored this way, but they age whiskey in a similar manner. OK, not underground usually, but they put some space between the
storage facility so as to not create a chain reaction.
Also some of these old bunkers get repurposed for document storage. For example, the state of Nevada stores documents at
38° 4'15.17"N 117° 5'5.82"W
That is, the civilian planes at the Tonopah airport don't leave hot. ;-)
By law, none of the satellite imagery firms in the US can't sell better than half meter resolution. Now perhaps that is a general purpose limit and
you can get exceptions to this law. I know that you can get 23cm resolution as I saw it at an expo in the Digtalglobe booth.
Google Earth and BIng have bought some aerial photography and put it up with the satellite imagery. This Hawaii imagery looks good enough to be from a