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Google Earth compiles images from various sources, from satellites in geosynchronous orbit that snap low-resolution photos from tens of thousands of miles above Earth, to satellites closer to Earth that capture higher-resolution shots and even aerial photos taken from airplanes, kites, drones and even balloons. From a boneyard of military planes, to a polka-dot pattern created by ants, to mysterious structures etched into the Gobi Desert and even a phantom island in the South Pacific, Google Earth brings some wacky places to light. Here's a look at some of the strangest. Originally published on LiveScience on April 18, Google Earth has spied some old artistry etched into the surface of the planet, including wheel-shaped structures that may date back some 8, years , making them older than Peru's geoglyphs called Nazca Lines.