Illuminated structure deep within Antarctica - UPDATE
By Mary Joyce, website editor
UPDATE: After this article was posted, we received an email on January 8, 2022 from a retired U.S. Navy captain. He studied this site from different elevations and directions and felt the lights were reflections of sunlight and did not originate from within Antarctica.
Assuming his conclusion is correct, we still are puzzled by the uniform size and spacing of the “lights” and the right-angle cut into terrain behind them. We could not find any similar right-angle trenches in the area. – The editor
(L) Star marks general location of the structure (R) Terrain above the structure
The structure shown below, which looks like it might be internally illuminated, was found in a deep crevice within Antarctica’s ice covering. The gap in its “wall of windows” at first appeared to be a geological break caused by an earthquake or earth shifting. However, when we lightened the image and looked more closely, the gap looked more like an entranceway.
The path or driveway beyond the entrance goes back about 104 feet and then makes a right-angle turn. This might indicate that a rectangular building is behind the bank of “windows” in the right-hand segment of the wall. The entire length of the illuminated outer wall is about 385 feet. We only can imagine what is happening behind the lighted wall but it certainly doesn’t look like something Mother Nature created.
You can explore the structure for yourself by copying and pasting the coordinates below into your Google Earth search bar. Once there, use the compass in the upper right corner of the screen to rotate the structure so you can view if from different angles.