I was going through the governments national parks website and they list certain "highlights" in a given park. If you go to their yellowstone page and click on web cams all you get is a picture of space. These picture('s) of space must have been purposefully placed.
any idea why?
People just don't check those things usually. Some dumbass just says K everything is cool and people go with it until someone looks. File a report. If it doesn't get fixed within a couple weeks then maybe there actually is something happening.
You didn't mention the trolling part. And that's less far fetch than someone "accidentally" uploading a picture of space to put in a coding bracket of a specific area of a national park.
It's a Webcam though isn't it? They could have been off by a decimal for where it should be pointed. Or maybe the camera got bumped. There's any number of things why it could be pointing off into space but least likely seems to be anything with real motivation.
>. If you go to their yellowstone page and click on web cams all you get is a picture of space.
Probably because it's 2:00 in the morning and it's pitch black. The white spots are probably static in the camera.
Also there should be an eruption in about 1 hour
As of 7:06 pm Mountain time-