Detailed file with two overlays, path and curves. I used one of the overlays to draw the path, the current Google image has clouds, so, the path may not fit perfectly in the Google image. I hope to fix it as soon as Google gets rid of the cloud ;-)
GeoEye made sure to have a satellite over Washington DC today close to the time of the inauguration of President Obama. The flyover occurred at 1119 ET (about 45 minutes before the oath-taking). I first saw the image on CNN while watching the parade in front of the White House. I was a little worried about the prospects of this shot because there was some high cirrus clouds over DC today. But, ...
This file is a collection of air transportation in streetview, including helicopters (military and civilian), airplanes (military and civilian), and aerostats. Each find is coded by color and icon type.
Each find can be viewed directly within Google Earth (version 6+) or viewed in Google Maps with a direct link from within the placemark.
When switching from present image to past image of location you can will notice that the orb has a shadow or glowing effect on desert floor. More Information here https://plus.google.com/u/0/wm/4/101304597545155609982/posts/P8LNMDcQYNX
Hello boys and girls. Ready to find some toys? Santa has hidden a treasure trove of presents somewhere in Google Earth (actually, it was a few of his elves, but you get the idea) . Every day from December 12th until Christmas Eve, a clue will appear outside Santa's North Pole workshop which, if you can solve it, will lead you to a toy hidden in a Google Earth satellite image. And every day, the...
Hi, through www.PlanetaryGIS.org it is possible to visualize the SHARAD (Shallow Radar) subsurface images as vertical profiles within Google Earth. The SHARAD 'radargrams' provide an image of the subsurface of Mars. Especially the polar ice caps show nice layering.
Please go here to learn how to visualize SHARAD in Google Earth: http://www.planetarygis.org/news/2009/03/23/making-...
As posted on the GPS Visualizer website:
"This page will help you create alternate overlays for use with Google Earth. It's true that Google Earth already contains high-resolution satellite data for many cities (and even some non-urban areas); but in much of the U.S., the USGS black-and-white 1m aerial photos provide better detail, and the USGS topo maps contain information which is...
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