Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #20


By Larry Billinger

Welcome to the landmark 20th edition of “Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge.” This series has tested your geographical knowledge and detective skills to the fullest, and we’re not stopping yet. With no initial clues to aid you, are you prepared to uncover the mystery of our latest satellite image?

The Challenge:

A brand-new satellite image awaits your analysis. With the gauntlet thrown down, can you determine its location without any starting clues?


  • Day 1: None. Your geographical expertise and intuition are your only tools.
  • Day 2: Victoria lives on this continent.
  • Day 3: The national language of this place is English
  • Day 4: Have you tried Tamale’s with Mole?
  • Day 5: Look at the comments.


  • No Initial Clues: Jump into the challenge without any hints.
  • No Reverse Image Search: To ensure a level playing field, reverse image search engines are prohibited.
  • One Entry Per Participant: Focus your efforts on making one accurate guess.
  • Accuracy is Key: Verify your coordinates for a chance to win.
  • Valid Entries: Only comments posted on the blog will be counted.

Leaderboard Update:

Congratulations to Deborah M for winning the last challenge! Here’s the updated leaderboard:

RankNameNumber of Wins
2Kenneth W6
4Deborah M2
5Mike M1
5Jacob W1

How to Enter:

  1. Discover the Image: Stay tuned for the satellite image to be posted on our blog.
  2. Pinpoint the Coordinates: Utilize your mapping prowess to find the exact GPS coordinates.
  3. Post on the Blog:
    • Head over to the ‘Satellite Sleuths’ contest page.
    • Submit the GPS coordinates in the comment section, along with your name.
    • Hit ‘Post Comment’ to make your entry.
  4. Anticipate the Outcome: The first correct entry will be announced as the winner on our blog.

The Reward:

The victor of GPS Challenge #20 will be celebrated on our leaderboard and gain the esteemed title of Satellite Sleuth champion.

Dive into this exciting geographical challenge. Who will take the crown in Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #20?

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