Monday, October 13, 2008

Where Is This Sea?


Where is this sea? I have blanked out the coordinates so it isn't too easy for you.

Prize for the first correct entry... you win the rights to sponsor my 75th Laser sail of 2008.

9 comments:

Jarrett said...

Is it an upside down Back Sea? That's my guess.

Jarrett said...

And you should have some local sponsors! mom and pop joints who need some exposure in these "tough economic times" (read: rich people get a taste of what it's like for the rest of us) (sorry, political commentary over).

tillerman said...

Great idea. I could be sponsored by all the little businesses up the road. But no, it's not an upside down Back Sea or even Black Sea.

Jarrett said...

you should have seen how I spelled it the first time!

jbushkey@yahoo.com said...

You will not be sailing on that one. You are Tillerman not Rocketman. That is Titan's Unnamed Methane Sea.

tillerman said...

Well spotted jbuskey. It is indeed a methane sea on Titan, Saturn's largest moon, though according to an update to the post Titan's Unnamed Methane Sea at Strange Maps, the "lakes" on Titan have now been named and one of the commenters to the post thinks that this one is actually Mackay Lacus.

The map was produced by Peter Minton of EVS-Islands using data from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Anonymous said...

is it what used to be the Aral sea?

Team Gherkin said...

It's got water in it, so it can't be from around here [sigh]. lol

yochris77 said...

Maybe they can have the innagrual Inter-galactic Laser Championships there?!

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