As soon as the map was finished, Loiza says that they gave ICE the project and continued their work. However, after about two or three years , the institution sought for help from the National Geographic Institute, since some data were wrong and they required a new study.
“As a coincidence of life, the initial field work that was the photo interpretation to mark the points was awarded to me. When we were studying the photos in the cabinet, on some large tables that we used to see which ones we were going to need, a partner tells me quite in our style: ‘Look, what the hell is this? It looks like a flying saucer ’.
“Then we went to the laboratory and zoomed it in and took it to the director of the Geographic Institute. He immediately called the engineer and head of the Geodesic Institute, who was the sister institution parallel to the project, and told us right there, in the office, that we could not talk to anyone in the photo.