Tuesday, May 15, 2012

bouncing off the satellites, continued

Google's spy satellites have finally located tin box. The latest updated images show the house the way it was a few months ago, with all of the roof and some of the wall panels installed, but before windows and doors went in. More interesting, though, is the fact that the satellite images shown at different scales are from different photographs. When you zoom out, you get an image from last spring...

The excavations for the foundations are still visible in the zoomed out image (we're the big beige hole in the middle of South Miami in this image).

So what visible-only-to-satellites-and-blimps signage should we install on the roof?

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