New Earth Puzzler by NASA — now with a twist

New Earth Puzzler by NASA — now with a twist

Every month NASA publishes a new satellite image, and inviting everyone to guess the location of the image. Today Earth Matters presented challenge with a twist: besides telling about the image, we can unleash creativity and describe what this place looks like.

There is no special prize for the correct answer, but the team will acknowledge the first person to correctly identify the image. There will be some of the most creative comments, too. You can leave your comment at Earth Observatory.

If you have won the puzzler in the past few months, or if you work in geospatial imaging, please hold your answer for at least a day to give less experienced readers a chance.

Few interesting comments:

  • A young moose galloping across a field

  • A crocodile that the mouth is open

  • An open dinosaur jaw trying to bite something

  • A frog jumping on rocks

  • A T-Rex head about to eat something

  • A running bear

If you see something truly bizarre, tell us.

A few previous Puzzlers:

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