Google Maps: What is the Eye of the Sahara? Creepy natural phenomenon remains a mystery

Google Maps: What is the Eye of the Sahara? Creepy natural phenomenon remains a mystery
 

Google Maps was created in 2005 to open up the world to people from their computer.
It has since captured some of the weirdest and unsolved mysteries of the world.
One of those is the Richat Structure, also known as the Eye of the Sahara which is found near Ouadane in Sahara.
But where it has come from remains a mystery even today.
The natural phenomenon is not visible by land and was only spotted when humans began venturing into space.
Its discovery was in 1965 after a four-day mission on a Gemini vessel when astronauts spotted the unusual marking.
Measuring over 30 miles, the image looks... read more

 
27 February 2018 in Travel, Views: 61
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