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It's amazing that satellites caught so many crop circles over the years.

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The crop circles found by a Chinese researcher are mapped and published on November 14, 2018, below is the link showing the crop circles captured over the years. Link: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=1lzKhTEuzapa8w0kl9UEU_l3F2LhzYP6y&ll=51.457497162904914%2C-34.912859109754436&z=3&entry=yt 

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The crop circles can be found on Google Earth by moving the timeline cursor to earlier dates. 

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Coordinates: 
51°33'45.84"N 1°36'19.67"W - 51°25'56.41"N 1°50'49.15"W - 51°33'48.32"N 1°30'8.88"W - 53°32'1.94"N 1°12'11.20"W - 53°31'54.29"N 1°21'24.29"W - 53°32'15.49"N 1°30'18.47"W - 53°32'11.98"N 1°30'16.40"W - 53°32'29.06"N 1°32'9.19"W - 53°41'40.43"N 1°33'34.19"W - 51°28'22.09"N 1°49'28.76"W - 51°28'33.55"N 1°49'15.92"W - 51°24'20.98"N 1°56'3.29"W - 51°21'23.22"N 0°11'53.20"E - 51°25'26.18"N 1° 9'56.93"W - 51°25'27.62"N 1°51'14.27"W - 51°25'7.63"N 1°51'36.82"W - 53°18'12.24"N 0° 1'13.18"E - 52°41'54.83"N 1°37'5.23"E - 52°42'4.70"N 1°38'58.74"E - 52°38'30.78"N 1°35'46.12"E - 52°40'54.48"N 1°34'10.12"E - 52°42'43.80"N 1°37'34.60"E - 52°43'7.95"N 1°38'49.11"E - 50°58'26.14"N 0°53'10.79"W - 50°58'22.67"N 0°53'14.00"W - 51°19'35.89"N 1°43'38.05"W - 51°25'34.92"N 1°46'42.47"W - 51°39'7.97"N 1°11'58.14"W - 52°16'12.10"N 1°28'40.87"W - 51°24'0.70"N 0°59'6.56"W - 51°33'0.68"N 0°45'58.13"E - 47°53'54.56"N 11° 6'21.86"E - 47°59'6.02"N 11°12'34.43"E - 48° 9'46.93"N 11°16'15.75"E - 51° 6'19.48"N 9°15'38.16"E - 51°19'7.25"N 9°17'18.33"E - 51°38'7.06"N 4°32'55.67"E - 50°55'25.91"N 4° 1'42.91"E - 47°31'44.78"N 8°31'6.14"E - 45° 1'56.51"N 8°59'40.56"E - 40°51'12.06"N 81°56'17.62"W

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