The traditional aerial survey involves mounting a special gyroscopic, stabilized camera in the belly of an airplane and flying it at an elevation of between 15,000 feet and 30,000 feet, depending on the resolution of imagery you’re interested in. As the plane takes a predefined route over the desired area, it forms a series of parallel lines with about 40 percent overlap between lines and 60 percent overlap in the direction of flight. This overlap of images is what provides us with enough detail to remove distortions caused by the varying shape of the Earth’s surface.
Well. This should clear things up about how honest NASA is with the people that pay for their salaries.
On June 30, 2016 there was a big “discovery” regarding Jupiter.
Problem is the image seems very similar to one from two years ago in May.
NASA is a fake.
Thanks to russianvids for this insight: