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Satellite images provided to CNN by Planet Labs, Inc. show a crack has formed in the area close to the epicenter.
The large crack extends some distance from an area that apparently held water before. The erosion patterns on the desert sand indicate that some of that water was sucked out.
This photo was taken on 178 SW of Trona. The road is now closed for repairs.
The Advanced Rapid Imaging and Analysis team at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, used satellite data to produce a map showing ruptures and displacements not visible to the naked eye — employing technology that has been developed over the last quarter century. The imagery was acquired on July 8 and compared with data from April 8.
originally posted by: LookingAtMars
a reply to: Observationalist
I can see where that could be what some of the pics show. You should start a thread about that.
It is strange that there is so much art in a desert. Stranger still is some of the things in the pics.