Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #14


Get set for another exciting installment of our geographical treasure hunt with “Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #14.” In this round, we continue to test your mapping prowess and intuition. With no initial clues, your challenge is to unlock the secret of the satellite image using nothing but your skills and knowledge.

The Challenge:

A new satellite image is at the center of this challenge. Will you be able to decipher its location without any starting clues? It’s time to put your geographical detective skills to the ultimate test!


  • Day 1: None. Challenge yourself to identify the location based purely on your expertise and observation.
  • Day 2: Today’s word of the day. Metamorphic.


  • No Initial Clues: Start the challenge without any clues to increase the difficulty.
  • No Reverse Image Search: The use of reverse image search engines is strictly prohibited to maintain fairness.
  • One Entry Per Participant: Keep it challenging by limiting yourself to a single entry.
  • Ensure Accuracy: Be precise with your coordinates to increase your chances of winning.
  • Valid Entries: Remember, only comments posted on the blog will be counted as valid entries.

How to Enter:

  1. Scout the Image: Await the posting of the satellite image on our blog.
  2. Determine the Coordinates: Utilize your mapping tools and geographical instincts to locate the exact GPS coordinates.
  3. Comment 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.
    • Hit ‘Post Comment’ to submit your guess.
  4. Wait for the Winner Announcement: The first correct submission will be celebrated as the winner on our blog.

The Reward:

The victor of GPS Challenge #14 will be honored as a Satellite Sleuth, earning both respect and recognition within our online community.

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