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In the middle of Chile... a giant Jellyfish ??

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  • #16
    The answer lies in a close-up view...

    The mystery circle is a tailing or discard pile. It is a mining operation, just not certain which one. Probably copper as the primary output.

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    • #17
      Agriculture

      I don't know if i'm write but I remenber seing a program some time ago (2/3 years) on BBC abount the Inca civilazition and they showed some kind of Inca agricultural reserch complex tha looked eextrimely like that.

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      • #18
        Salpeter

        After some reserch the only thing that I could find was a old salpeter mine (esp: Officinas salitreiras de Rica Aventura). But that does not explain the circle altrough it explains the formations just south of it. Hope it helps

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        • #19
          Look the filtered image. I think that this is:
          a/ smoke
          b/ atmospheric form
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          • #20
            There are a couple threads about this on Google Earth Community Layer. Someone who claims to have been there says it's an iodine mine. GE has high res imagery of the area.

            http://bbs.keyhole.com/ubb/showthrea...p/Number/77815

            Matt

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