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    New radar images of Death Valley - clues to Kokoweef?

    I just found a new image released by JPL of death valley....

    http://uavsar.jpl.nasa.gov/zoomify/d...ey_080731.html

    http://uavsar.jpl.nasa.gov/

    Here is a convenient size (but a little lossy in color) ....

    http://forum.treasurenet.com/i/death-valley-radar.jpg

    There some amazing features!

    Here is a SUPER large version.... http://uavsar.jpl.nasa.gov/zoomify/d...06_L090_01.jpg

    Seeing that it is just north of Kokoweef, I wonder if this image holds clues to the underground "River Of Gold".

    No doubt this technology, and the images, are AMAZING!

    This MUST be useful to modern prospectors!
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    Re: New radar images of Death Valley - clues to Kokoweef?

    Marc,

    Those are amazing images. They can be blown up to an unbelievable percentage, without losing detail. As someone who has researched treasures in the valley, I could have used these tools.

    I tried to see if other images were available, without luck. One wonders if these same type of images are available for the Superstition Mountains in Arizona.

    Thanks for posting these sites.

    Joe Ribaudo
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    Re: New radar images of Death Valley - clues to Kokoweef?

    My pleasure.... I seem to have some trouble with their zoomify feature, so I have been looking at the full res images...

    It seems to me they have the ultimate treasure hunting machine there.... (I wonder if they're hiring?)

    Click image for larger version. 

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    Look what I found on Google Earth in Death Valley... Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	1683522 Look at the candycane shaped staff that mage thing is holding... I assume it is a statue... but... DAMN... Death Valley was covered in ancient castles or something!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc View Post
    I just found a new image released by JPL of death valley....

    http://uavsar.jpl.nasa.gov/zoomify/d...ey_080731.html

    http://uavsar.jpl.nasa.gov/

    Here is a convenient size (but a little lossy in color) ....

    http://forum.treasurenet.com/i/death-valley-radar.jpg

    There some amazing features!

    Here is a SUPER large version.... http://uavsar.jpl.nasa.gov/zoomify/d...06_L090_01.jpg

    Seeing that it is just north of Kokoweef, I wonder if this image holds clues to the underground "River Of Gold".

    No doubt this technology, and the images, are AMAZING!

    This MUST be useful to modern prospectors!
    Indeed this is useful for modern prospectors Marc, and thank you for sharing it!

    Those rock formations might be 100% natural, but it does remind me of that fantastical tale published in the newspapers in the late 1800s or early 1900s of someone finding ruins of an underground city in Death Valley. Now I have to go hunt that up again!

    Please do continue;

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