3 de Febrero 2006
Gliders "Crashing" in Google Earth
This scene captured in a Google Earth satellite photo in a field northwest of London shows two gliders which, from this perspective, look like they are about to crash. In reality, they are probably several hundred feet apart in altitude. This is the first case I've seen of two planes in flight captured in the Google Earth database directly on top of each other. It's possible the two planes were flying together in practice for acrobatic display and they are actually closer than normal. I found this via GoogleSightSeeing, and they say this location is near the London Gliding Club.
One of my favorite pasttimes in Google Earth is to look for pictures of airplanes in flight. You can read some stories I've written about the official collection of all planes in flight (150Kbytes) found so far in the Google Earth Community here and here. You might even find a few of the planes found by me.
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