This mysterious discovery was made by Robert Morton, a 55-year-old Brit, who happened on November 5 to see an aircraft that "seems to be under water," says Mirror.
It's "amazing and very strange," said Morton, who "never seen a plane" in the Google program. However, he felt that this conclusion would be no more than the result of another technological giant's "other anomaly", as this plane had never collapsed.
"The reason the plane seems to be underwater is because every satellite image seen on the map is actually a collection of many images," Google spokesman Mirror said.
High-speed moving objects, such as planes, often appear only in one of the many images used to portray a specific area in Google Earth, and when this happens, you can see faint traces of these fast objects, he added.