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The recent Conisholme wind farm incident - in which one turbine shed a blade in highly mysterious circumstances - provoked a level of black helicopter activity not seen since NASA faked the 1969 Moon landing, with many suggesting extraterrestrial involvement.

Well, we at El Reg have spent some time analysing a satellite image of the site on the morning following the prang, with remarkable results. Here's the original picture:

A satellite view of Conisholme wind farm

Not much to see, you might think, but look again:

The same satellite view with points of interest highlighted

Here are the points of interest magnified to the maximum possible resolution (click on the picture for a bigger version):

The points of interest magnified

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