Turkey: Noah’s Ark anomaly gets a new image
"To be best of my knowledge, to date, only 2D satellite missions had been flown over the anomaly, not stereo missions."
- Porcher Taylor, professor/researcher
Mt. Ararat, Turkey - Three high-tech companies have joined technology in the search for evidence that a 980-foot-long feature on Turkey's Mt. Ararat might be what's left of Noah's Ark.
Furthermore, the GeoEye-1 -- to be launched early next year -- will make the controversial anomaly almost twice as visible due to that spacecraft's ultra-powerful 0.4 meter resolution.