I sent this to the PASSC a few years ago. They told me that without someone on the ground to survey it, there is no way to know for sure - although it does appear promising.
Have a look: -23.275604,120.1671922
No, it does not look promising.
It looks like the patch is surface colours is indicating a hill, with other similar circles also marking the round and rounded hills... one on each side, and 5 in a line being the next features south. and south of that.. the Hammersley Range.
The hill you found looks to be a feature created by the hard iron bearing rocks all over the Pilbera. This hill is just a dark hard form , rather than the rock which turns red and produces the red silts. eg The area is known for fossilferous iron pisolites. Imagine old waterwaters that became filled with dirt, and iron compounds, for various reasons, and over time that material formed a concretion... so the filled lake or is now a hill that erodes slower than the surrounding plain. Erosion tends to wear off sharp corners faster though, so the hill looks like a hill ^ rather than showing the waterways shape.. although there are similar patches nearby which show the gorge or billabong (river meander) shape.
KitsuneFox: syzygy - posts I have made here do not receive much attention. I may do a detailed writeup of the now lost Edgemont Park in PA, one of the first electrified trolley parks in the world, but still debating. I'm missing 1 key bit of information.
Aug 17, 2021 10:38:20 GMT
syzygy: BRUTAL! Cars as if were matchboxes in a model town... Brilliant infos you share here in shoutbox - why not you post these?
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Aug 10, 2021 10:32:11 GMT
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syzygy: ...and about other hills and humps... stone cold wisdom! ( :
Jul 28, 2021 14:13:17 GMT
KitsuneFox: Mount Wycheproof in Australia is the shortest recognized mountain on the world. It stands at 141 feet base to peak. A mineral named 'Wycheproofite' is mined near the location, and is the only known place it's found.
Jul 28, 2021 10:13:47 GMT
syzygy: Cool! Great extra info series about "all stars" highest mountains on Earth!
Jul 22, 2021 6:25:22 GMT
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SpiderX22: Big news in the Aircraft in Flight database (in Transportation) -> HUGE changes. Thanks RaveyThirteen for your post -> will be changing ownership of the collection (hopefully for me lol) -> look forward to this!
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