Google Earth consists of pictures from various sources, from satellites hovering up above the world so high, to satellites a bit closer to Earth that click higher-resolution shots, and even aerial pictures taken from airplanes, kites, drones, and even balloons. These images are available to all who download the software, and they have been a source of great fascination ever since.
From a boneyard of military planes to even a phantom island in the South Pacific, Google Earth has brought some really crazy places to light. Here's a look at some of the strangest.
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