Google recently added new satellite photos of East Ukraine. When in Google Earth date July 20 2014 is selected an interesting track can be spotted in an area south of Snizhne. Snizhne is said to be the area where the missile was launched. Bellingcat has a couple of articles on the route of the BUK.
This track is about 2 km long and is not typical for a farmer vehicle. There are no parallel lines. It seems the vehicle was on a straight course. Also the tracks seem to different in width than seen in nearby fields.
Extra interesing is where the tracks start (or end, we do not know). That is next to the road numbered T0522. On exactly this road a BUK was filmed on July 17 travelling South! Ukraine@war has a blogposting about the route including the video showing the BUK.
The photo on the left shows the BUK in Snizhne. Actually very close to the headquarters of the separatists. The other photo shows the BUK leaving Snizhne heading south on the T0522.
The range of the missile type used by BUK TELAR is about 32 km. The tracks shown in the image below are at the most around 25 km from the point where MH17 was likely hit by a missile.
Of course this track could be from any other type of military vehicle. However it is an interesing track.
This image shows the track.Snizhne is just north of this Google Earth screenshot.
The track starts at 47°59’47.61″N 38°45’55.21″O as seen in the picture below.
At 47°58’48.86″N 38°45’50.82″O the track makes a turn. Now there are two tracks.
Where the track ends is not clear.