When is a satellite image from NASA not a satellite image from NASA?
When it's been doctored by the Torygraph, of course. See anything bogey in this pic?
Apart from the fact that is ISN'T one of the images released by NASA to celebrate the World Cup and is instead one of the Telegraph's 'favourites', there appears to be a strange meandering river crossing the island of Ireland.
Bizarrely, this river appears to follow exactly the political border between the Republic and the North. This is a river unknown to anyone who has ever been to Ireland. In fact, it doesn't actually exist. So how did it end up in a NASA satellite image?
I had a look at the other images, and of course no borders exist in any of them, because NASA are not a bunch of tools who photoshop borders onto satellite images.
But it seems that the Torygraph are. There you go - a border you can see from Space, but only if you're a Daily Telegraph reader.