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Google Maps detectives find plane mid-flight over Slovakia – can YOU spot what’s wrong with it?

REALIZED Google Maps fans have discovered an aircraft like no other.

A flight appears to have a strange glitch as it was captured by the tech giant’s satellite cameras.

What about the red, green and blue colors?

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What about the red, green and blue colors?Credit: Google

The strange apparition was noticed just passing over Slovakia.

Underneath the plane is a strange mix of red, green, and blue colors.

If you want to see it with your own eyes, just look for the following coordinates on Google Maps: 49.409716,19.606351.

Set the view to satellite and you’ll see it there.

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But it’s worth noting that there is a reason for the error.

It has to do with how the cameras in space take pictures of Earth.

They take pictures in different color bands, which are usually red, green, and blue.

The frames are then assembled to form the photos in their truest color as we all know it.

The thing is that not every picture is taken at the same time.

So a fast-moving plane can trick the merging process and leave us with the raw red, green, and blue that we see in this case.

All sorts of weird things are spotted on Google Maps, especially in Street View mode.

Eagle-eyed explorers were shocked as they practically sniffed around Majorca Recently when they noticed a Woman sunbathing in a very bizarre way.

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