It’s not just Courtney Love who believes she may have found the missing Malaysian Airlines jet.
Other internet sleuths are continuing to scour maps for the plane – and one agrees with Ms Love, pointing out the same image.
They have been using Tomnod, a crowd-sourcing website, in a bid to help find the plane which has now been missing with 239 people on board for nearly two weeks.
The picture in the image above, however, goes further than other people in pointing out features that a user of website Reddit belongs to particular parts of the plane.
They have pointed out what they think are the windows, fuselage and Malaysia Airlines logo.
Another image shows an aeroplane in jungles in Vietnam, but that image appears to be a different model of aircraft and if it had landed in trees it is unlikely that it would be intact.
It’s actually more likely to be a plane flying between earth and the satellite that took the picture.
A picture taken the day after the plane went missing, a Chinese satellite showed what could have been a piece of plane wreckage.
However, it wasn’t – indeed the Malaysian government later said the image was released by accident.
Another person thought they had found the wreckage after spotting something large in the sea.
A Mirror reader de-bunked that theory, however, when he pointed out that another clearer image showed it was two boats at anchor next to one another.
On the ground there have been various well-intentioned but false reports about sightings.
They include reports in the early days of the search from an oil-rig worker who said he saw something falling from the sky near Vietnam.
Only yesterday residents in the Maldives reported they saw a low-flying plane over the islands, but that was today dismissed by Malaysia.
And a group of fishermen, farmers and villagers in Malaysia said they saw lights in the sky.