Google Maps discovered mysterious Pentagram: Is this done by human or an alien

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This pentagram shows exactly the shape of the star in a place of isolated corner in Kazakhstan.  We do believe in Earth that there are mysterious places and formation happening from the different locations, this formation leaves us in bizarre mode in our mind.

If you look at the map, the star looks perfect at any angle. And if thinking more like flying up from the sky to make an aerial photo, you cannot trust yourself but think of it as not the work of mankind. Ever such kind of phenomenon, we simply tell that is beyond from the power of human. This mysterious shape has something to do with sign or symbol from the past either done by human or an alien.

We can make our own perfect star using pencil in a paper. Human power establishes in our own human way in a limited manner, exposing ourselves in an earthly way. But if you draw a star perfectly using a pointed stick in a vast land, you can think of it an extra amazing, it will leaves a thrill in our mind that is is the work of  a giant creature creating a star in his own pencil, or an extra terrestrial residing with us in an unknown location. Well, the map simply tell us mysterious and bizarre formation.

Though it’s difficult to discern from an aerial photograph exactly what the Kazakh pentagram is, Emma Usmanova, an archaeologist with years of experience working in the Lisakovsk area, has an answer.

“It is the outline of a park made in the form of a star,” Usmanova told LiveScience. The star was a popular symbol during the Soviet era (Kazakhstan was a part of the former Soviet Union until its dissolution in 1991). Stars were often used throughout the Soviet Union to decorate building facades, flags and monuments. (Several online comments had suggested the star shape was the abandoned site of a Soviet-era lakeside campground.)

The star in the Soviet-era lakeside park is marked by roadways that are now lined with trees, Usmanova explained, which make the star shape even more distinct in aerial photos.

V1647 Orionis: The Birth of a New Star

NASA discovered the birth of an infant star still envelope by clouds of birth as it approached into a new life outside like a process of a new born baby. The discovery brought a new insight and amazement among astronomers using a trio of orbiting X-ray telescopes where the star named V1647 Orionis started falling out from thick clouds.

V1647 Orionis the birth of a new star

V1647 Orionis, an infant star started coming out from powerful clouds of birth.

NASA, in the process became a midwife witnessing how a new born star that started with an intense magnetic fields resulting the fall out the torrents of gas into the stellar surface which composed a million of degrees of heat. The circle hot gases emerging from a flat surface of powerful clouds started to spin and separate. During outburst, the infant star released brighter image 100 times during x-ray emissions. It slowly became a newly-created star.

V1647 Orionis was first notice in January 2004 nearing the peak of its outburst. It was located in McNeil’s Nebula, a 1,300 light-years away from constellation Orion. The star when during eruptions became brightened and forms an illuminated conical patch of dust that became discoverable by NASA astronomers.

Kenji Hamaguchi, an astrophysicist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, the leading astronomers on the study quickly identified V1647 Orionis as a protostar which means have not yet developed the energy-generating capabilities like of a normal star, and not a million years old, so much younger from the rest of the existing stars.

The mass of V1647 Ori is likely only about 80 percent of the sun’s, but its low density bloats it to nearly five times the sun’s size. Infrared measurements show that most of the star’s surface has a temperature around 6,400 degrees Fahrenheit (3,500 C), or about a third cooler than the sun’s.

V1647 Orionis the birth of a new star

V1647 Orionis became discoverable during outburst in McNeil’s Nebula.