We’ve grown accustomed to finding unusual things on Google Earth, especially in less-traveled areas like Antarctica.
An object with a funny triangular shape appears at coordinates 76 ° 39’29.74 ”S 125 ° 49’15.36” W.
Not only that, but its surroundings point to a collision… or a landing. What exactly is it about?
“We see a kind of crater in the midst of nowhere, between frozen hills, with what appears to be a triangle item in its center, which looks or seems to have been made by someone,” they say on the SecureTeam10 channel.
“It appears as if the object has landed and left its imprint; its shadow is likewise well cast on the snow.”
Tyler discusses how the shape of this Antarctic object reminds him of others spotted on the Moon, as well as the renowned triangular or pyramidal UFOs, in a video posted to YouTube and reposted here.
Could this be the site of a UFO crash or landing?
Others are less concerned, believing it to be a simple meteorite of roughly 8 meters in diameter, as determined by Google Earth.
When you consider how much would have been consumed in the atmosphere, this is a sizable amount. Many have been discovered in Antarctica, after all.
Whatever it is, natural or not, the truth is that the object does not exist in the software’s image history until the year 2012, implying that it dropped there – or emerged from the ice – after that date.