Edited by Greg Neyman
Noah's Ark has been photographed several times over the last 100 years]
Source: LaHaye, Tim, and Morris, John, 1976, The Ark on Ararat, Thomas Nelson Inc., and Creation Life Publishers
It was photographed by a Russian aviator in 1916. It was supposedly nearly intact and grounded on the shore of a lake on Ararat. There are no photographs remaining from this find, and details of the account indicate it to be fictional
It was photographed in 1973 by the Earth Resources Technology Satellite (ERTS). ERTS has a resolution much too small to photograph the ark. It would have been one pixel in size. The object in the photo would have been several miles in size
It was photographed in 1949 by the United States Air Force. An elongated box-like object appears in the photo. Natural features can account for this feature, and it is identified by several experts as geological
To date, there are no proven photographs of Noah's Ark. Finding Noah's Ark would not prove a young earth, but it would prove the story of Noah is true
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