U.F.O Spotted On Google Maps

Around the time between 2009 and 2010, I used to spend time playing with Google Map Street View.

I love to look at places that I have visited in the United States and sometimes I would be looking at places that I wish to visit.

One day, I was watching the sky in Jacksonville, Texas.

Suddenly, I saw a purple thing shaped like a UFO so I print screen and pasted it in PowerPoint to save the picture.

But when I told my big sister, Kaman that I spotted a UFO in that picture, she said it was not a UFO but only some kind of light or sun ray.

And yesterday, as I was reading the Good Morning America ABC news, I saw something interesting.

When I opened the page to read the news, I saw a picture that looked very familiar to me.

I searched for the UFO picture that I printed and saved to compare it with the ABC news’s picture.

The comparison of the ABC’s UFO photo and mine.

I guess it must be the same UFO!

Now, I am very proud to see the picture of the same UFO that I had spotted about 3 years ago on the Google Maps featured in the Good Morning America ABC news!

A Visit To Pusat Sains Negara (Part 2) In Photos

The main hall of Pusat Sains Negara.

Please click here to read about my visit to the National Science Centre.

My big sisters and I near the entrance to the ‘Future World’.
I trying hard to fly the helicopter with the help of my big sister Kashah at the ‘Flight ‘ section.
I was pumping hard to launch the rocket.
At the ‘Eureka’ , my big sister and I are trying to get the ball down the hole.
Nice music…at ‘Eureka’.
I’m operating the ‘crane’. This is really fun.
Got it! I really enjoy operating the ‘crane’.
At the ‘Pathway To Science’ with my big sister Kafah.
Moving the balls trough this machine is really fun and it teaches us about how simple machine works.
We have to work together to get balls moves throughout the whole machine…
The ‘Wonderspark’ section is also amazing.
Jumping and shouting under the ‘Echo Dome’.
Stepping on the special ‘buttons’ to ‘activate’ the ‘Musical Fountain’.

Huge Sinkholes Around The World – Photos

sinkhole is a natural depression or hole in the Earth’s surface caused by:

  1. karst processes or the chemical dissolution of carbonated rocks or salt beds.

  2. suffosion processes for example in sandstone.

Carbonated rocks such as limestone can be dissolved by water, especially acidic water.

When the carbonated rocks dissolved, there will be empty space or hole under the ground.

When there is nothing more to support the surface land, the gravity caused the surface land to suddenly collapse into the underground hole.

And that causes a sinkhole.

Suffosion processes can also cause sinkholes.

This picture will explain the suffosion processes.

Formation of a suffosion sinkhole

Sinkholes are very dangerous especially when it happens in the city under big buildings or busy highways.

In 2010, a giant sinkhole in Guatemala City caused by heavy rain from Tropical Storm Agatha swallowed at least one three-story building!

This is a disaster.

Here are photos of some sinkholes:

A sinkhole covers a street intersection in downtown Guatemala City, Wednesday, June 2, 2010. Authorities blamed heavy rains caused by tropical storm Agatha as the cause of the crater that swallowed a a three-story building but now say they will be conducting further studies to determine the cause. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo)
John Sparkman is dwarfed as he looks into a sinkhole near Picher, Okla., Saturday, April 6, 2008. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
A giant sinkhole that swallowed several homes is seen in Guatemala City February 23, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
A massive, approximately 200′ x 240′, sinkhole opens up and tears apart the pavement of Soledad Mountain Road, October 3, 2007 in the Mount Soledad neighborhood of La Jolla near San Diego, California. The landslide has damaged or destroyed reportedly 6 homes and forced the evacuation of at least 20 others. (Photo by Kent Horner/Getty Images)

A Cadillac Escalade sits at the bottom of a sinkhole in Milwaukee, Wis. on Friday, July 23, 2010, still running almost 20 hours after the driver fell in. On Thursday, powerful storms pounded southeastern Wisconsin and caused widespread flooding. (AP Photo/Mark Was)

NASA’s Latest Amazing Photos Of Mars

A handout of the European Space Agency ESA shows a visualisation of Mars, created from spacecraft imagery. ESA’s first mission to the Red Planet is Mars Express. It comprises an orbiter carrying seven scientific instruments to probe the planet’s atmosphere, structure and geology, including a search for evidence of hidden water. The main spacecraft will also release the UK’s small Beagle 2 lander to gather and test rock and soil samples on the surface. British space probe Beagle 2 failed to broadcast a signal on December 25, 2003, to confirm it had landed on Mars, but scientists said they were waiting for a second contact opportunity later on Thursday. REUTERS/Ho/European Space Agency ESA

NASA has released amazing photos of Mars from its Rover named Opportunity.

From the photos we can see the panorama of Mars where Opportunity spent four-month of Martian winter.

A full-circle scene combining 817 images taken by the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The US space agency NASA is calling it the “next best thing to being” on the Red Planet. (AFP Photo/)
Images taken by the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The US space agency NASA is calling it the “next best thing to being” on the Red Planet. (AFP Photo/)

 Images taken by the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The US space agency NASA is calling it the “next best thing to being” on the Red Planet. (AFP Photo/)
Images taken by the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The US space agency NASA is calling it the “next best thing to being” on the Red Planet. (AFP Photo/)
Images taken by the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The US space agency NASA is calling it the “next best thing to being” on the Red Planet. (AFP Photo/)
Images taken by the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The US space agency NASA is calling it the “next best thing to being” on the Red Planet. (AFP Photo/)
Images taken by the panoramic camera (Pancam) on NASA’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity. The US space agency NASA is calling it the “next best thing to being” on the Red Planet. (AFP Photo/)

Here are more amazing photos of Mars.

A TextureCam analysis of a Mars image is able to distinguish rocks from soil.
A close-up of the sunset on Sol 24 as seen by the Imager for Mars Pathfinder was released by the Jet Propulsion Labratory August 27. The red sky in the background and the blue around the Sun are approximately as they would appear to the human eye but the color of the Sun itself is not correct — the Sun was overexposed in each of the 3 color images that were used to make the picture. The true color of the Sun itself may be near white or slightly bluish.
This magnified look at the martian soil near the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity’s landing site, Meridiani Planum, shows coarse grains sprinkled over a fine layer of sand, in this image released by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, February 4, 2004. The image was captured on the 10th day of the rover’s mission by its microscopic imager and roughly approximates the color a human eye would see. Opportunity, NASA’s second of two roving Mars probes, rolled ten feet off its lander onto Mars on January 31.