Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #11


By Larry Billinger

Get ready for a thrilling new installment in our popular series with “Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #11.” This time, we’re raising the stakes by providing no clues on the first day. Test your geographical acumen and see if you can uncover the location hidden within our satellite image.

The Challenge:

A fresh satellite image is here, but this time, we’re leaving you to rely solely on your observational skills and geographical knowledge. Can you deduce where in the world this image is taken from?


  • Day 1: None. Rely on your own skills and intuition to identify the location.
  • Day 2: Don’t look in a s”pacific” spot.
  • Day 3: The spot is land.
  • Day 4: Forgot the clue. Sorry. No this isn’t a clue.
  • Day 5: Some say he died in the 1980’s while some say he did in 2013.


  • No Reverse Image Search: The use of reverse image search engines is strictly prohibited.
  • One Entry Per Participant: Only one entry is allowed per person.
  • Accuracy Matters: Ensure your coordinates are correct.
  • Valid Entries: Entries are only valid if posted as comments on the blog.

How to Enter:

  1. Observe the Image: Be on the lookout for the posting of the satellite image on our blog.
  2. Locate the Coordinates: Use your mapping expertise to determine the exact GPS coordinates.
  3. Post on the Blog:
    • Go to the ‘Satellite Sleuths’ contest page on our blog.
    • Input the GPS coordinates in the comment section, along with your name or username.
    • Click ‘Post Comment’ to enter.
  4. Anticipate the Results: The first correct entry will be announced as the winner on our blog.

The Reward:

The winner of this challenge will be hailed as a Satellite Sleuth, earning recognition and acclaim within our community.

Prepare for an engaging round of satellite sleuthing! Who will emerge victorious with no clues to guide them on the first day?

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