Satellite photos fuel controversy about Noah’s ark

Satellite photos fuel controversy about Noah’s ark

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23 March 2006: Recently released satellite images of an unknown formation or object on Mt. Ararat in Turkey have added fuel to archeologists’ ongoing quest to find Noah’s ark. The image from a QuickBird satellite is relevant because the high-resolution view shows clearer detail of a ship-like object … 1,015 feet in length. Despite some enthusiasts’ conviction about the object’s history, others hesitate to declare it the biblical ark—or any kind of manmade object.