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Found it Ting found Brass Cap Cache- Smith-Dorrien Rd (Locked)

Monday, 07 March 2005Alberta, Canada

Boy, was this one ever difficult!! I had to re-program a passing KH-12 Keyhole military satellite that was on duty over Afghanistan and have it do a fly-by to Calgary. Talk about burning fuel, I hope I don't get the bill for that!
As it was, these babies have a resolution of about 0.1 meters so it was no problem reading the required info off of the cap. Sweet!
As you can see from the pictures, I even got this to clearly read my watch and GPS at the bottom of the tower. Pretty neat! Only bad thing is, you can't see the satellite. They just fly way too high.
For those with the proper security clearance, I'll relay the required info on this cap! (One just can't blatantly give out this info).

Can you see the tower?

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Can you see the tower? Can you see the tower?

0.1 meter resolution 0.1 meter resolution

See the KH-12? See the KH-12?

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