Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #39

By Larry Billinger

Join us for “Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #39,” where the competition remains fierce under the new scoring system. With points awarded to the top three fastest and most accurate submissions, the leaderboard is heating up. Grab your maps and prepare to showcase your geographical expertise in this new challenge.

The Challenge:

A fresh satellite image is ready for your analysis. Can you find the location without any clues to start with?


  • Day 1: None. Rely on your own skills and intuition to guide you.
  • Clue 1: Can you speak Spanish?
  • Clue 2: It’s on an island
  • Clue 3: It’s not in the Atlantic Ocean
  • Clue 4: Barely in Southern Hemisphere
  • Clue 5: Check the Equator!!!


  • Scoring System: Points are awarded to the top three fastest correct answers—3 points for first, 2 points for second, and 1 point for third.
  • No Initial Clues: Begin this challenge with no hints.
  • No Reverse Image Search: Maintain fairness by refraining from reverse image searches.
  • Accuracy and Speed: The precision of your coordinates and the speed of your response are crucial.
  • Valid Entries: Submit your answers in the comments on the blog. The top three correct answers will be revealed once the round closes.

Leaderboard Update:

The latest results from the top three participants have shaken up the standings. Here’s the updated leaderboard:

1Kenny W13
2Mark S7
4Deborah M4
6Christina C2
6David G2
8Mike M1
8Jacob W1

How to Enter:

  1. Observe the Image: Look out for the satellite image on our blog.
  2. Identify the Coordinates: Utilize your map-reading skills to determine the GPS coordinates.
  3. Post on the Blog:
    • Find the ‘Satellite Sleuths’ contest page.
    • Enter your coordinates and name in the comments.
    • Click ‘Post Comment’ to finalize your guess.
  4. Check the Results: Monitor the results as the top three correct answers are revealed.

The Reward:

Top performers in GPS Challenge #39 will gain points toward their leaderboard score, recognizing them as elite Satellite Sleuths.

Dive into this exciting new round. Who will be the fastest and most accurate in Satellite Sleuths: GPS Challenge #39?

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