• In the late 1990s, a cattle farmer was clearing
land on his Texas ranch and decided to write
his name in kilometer-tall letters, producing
the world's largest signature. NASA uses it to
evaluate the resolution of cameras on satellites
and the International Space Station.
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    • His name is LUECKE?
      Mautty 10 jul
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    • I doubt it's supposed to be a kilometer if he's from Texas. Probably 1,000 yards which is close
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    • It ain’t much but it’s Luecke
      mwh073 10 jul
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    • Luecke Sckyewhalckuere
      Akuuuuu 10 jul
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    • Sounds like Luke with extra steps.
      Jigot 10 jul
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    • What the hell is a kilometer? Use Texan measurements please
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    • Kilometer? In Texas?
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    • they really named my guy luecke
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    • Bad reaction meme
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    • How long has the shitty reaction image trend been going on now
      Cowpiss 10 jul
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    • They also use it for an app game called Enigmbox
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    • “and decided” farmer was just like “yk what fuck it”
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    • Kilometers in Texas?
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    • Americans don't use kilometers... We Use Freedom Feet!
      zerosober 13 jul
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    • Pronounced “Lucky”.
      Dirty_Kat 11 jul
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    • I drew a huge dick before I'll put it on my profile
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    • what the fuck? that’s cool and all but that’s just Luke but more confusing
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    • Ok.
      moldydog 13 jul
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    • Well since the post mentions a probable use in science then metric is the easiest unit. Honestly the British standard units are completely fucking worthless. 5280 feet or 1760 yards in a mile? Wtf is that shit. 1000 mm is a meter. 100 cm is a meter. 1000 m is a kilometer. And Kg are based off mass
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    • Once again farmers are taken advantage of
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    • Yeah it's right outside of Huston. It's very noticeable on Google Earth
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    • Nice- this is in bastrop tx. I surveyed a pipeline across this
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    • Cattle farmer who tf calls a rancher a cattle farmer
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    • Bruh hoe much land do you own if nasa can see it from space
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    • I live in the same town as that guy
      alex_5066 11 jul
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    • You think they bought that land to keep it that way or just pay him not to destroy it?
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    • That's awesome
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    • We don't deserve farmers
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    • What the fuck is with all the unnecessary reaction images lately
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    • Imagine that...you basically carve your name into the earth on a level that can be seen from space, and it becomes that level of significant. Pretty damn cool if you ask me.
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    • Good
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    • It's much, AND it's honest work
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    • How do I dread straight hair
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    • I never understood why people believe that the Great Wall of China is the only man made structure visible from space. That thing’s like 20 feet wide at most. The roof of my house has more local surface area. I could lay a tarp out on my back yard and it would be more visible from above than the wall
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    • His name is Luke, just spelled in a really cool trendy unique way.
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    • Ive live a little down the way, its in bastrop county, next to austin
      Harbinger 11 jul
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    • Fun fact: those letters were in fact not kilometers long but rather miles long since it happened in Texas
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    • I should do this on my 500 acres.
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    • Hanji 10 jul
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    • Foundry 10 jul
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    • Tf you mean "it ain't much" ? I know that's the template but could've cut that part of the sentence
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    • The earth is owned by him, his initials are on it
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    • 5 football fields
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    • His name is literally Luke 😂
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    • What’s his name?
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    • goginga 13 jul
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    • Thanks for not doing it in feet, I really didn't want to get horny right now.
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    • He’s one Luecke son of a bitch.
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    • I want to own this much property.
      lacra_36 13 jul
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    • Yeah bro your name's Luke.
      johntdeck 13 jul
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    • Tf is a kilometer? Whats that measurement in biscuits and gravy?
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    • Literally got this in a game of fibbage the other day
      Thiccweld 13 jul
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    • John Hancock wants to know your location
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    • I had to look it up but 1.61 kilometers is a mile
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    • Bringing back an oldie
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    • Day 15! Give it up for day 15!
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    • About 20,000 of my d1ck
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    • No way. I saw that while flying to San Antonio in June. Didn’t k ow it was a record or anything
      Antler 12 jul
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    • Dude should get some money saved NASA some money making their own tbh
      luizz_16 12 jul
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    • i hate the logo in the background of these posts
      snooZi 12 jul
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    • Is that just Luke with a southern accent?
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    • bau5_ 12 jul
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    • Guys, Luecke is probably his last name.
      henjxkvjs 12 jul
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    • Its his last name this is near Giddings Texas
      Erikthor 12 jul
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    • Is he russian
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    • Fake, there aren’t kilometers in Texas
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    • That just sounds like Luke with extra steps
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    • NASA:*going to the madlad that did this* hey…uhhh…could you…umm…keep that signature in your land…so…we can use it to test our
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    • Loki?
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    • fuck off with the metric system, especially Texas, the U.S. doesn't use metric, stupid brit
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    • Everything is bigger in america
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    • BageI 12 jul
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    • For those who are confused about the name. It’s German because Texas has a large population that are descendent of German immigrant
      Hirohito 12 jul
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    • Luecke
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    • It’s much, and it’s honest work
      KingCirce 12 jul
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    • Kilometer tall? Wtf
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    • I saw this on my flight back to Austin coming from Florida
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    • Dm me lewds
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    • The cords are 30.0815 , -97.1457
      RoXoZoR 12 jul
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    • It’s a last name it’s pronounced Lou-key. I know someone with that last name.
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    • Kilometers and Texas should not be used in the same sentence
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    • What was his name tho?
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    • Kilometers? We don't use that here, son.
      Cheezez 12 jul
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    • That shitty overused reaction picture doesn’t even fit the original image. I swear to god it’s like these are autogenerated by an AI with the mental capacity a severely retarded child.
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    • How’d he get it so evenly spaced?
      _ALLBLACK 12 jul
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    • Imagine naming your kid Luecke
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    • Luke-ah I think
      IROC 12 jul
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    • Y'all gotta realize how much fucking land the guy used.
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    • Reduce, re-use, luecke
      bruhsagna 11 jul
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    • wowy 11 jul
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    • It's not a kilometer. It's three miles, y'all
      Blastoise 11 jul
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    • Can some translate that forigen word to burgers per feet
      BRUNO_PUG 11 jul
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    • Can we bring this meme back
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