Deepest part and place of the world's oceans. Mariana Trench and Ridge, with ridge islands and Challenger Deep. The Challenger Deep is the deepest surveyed point in the oceans, with a depth of at least 10,911 metres (35.797 feet). The exact depth is unknown, but 3 expeditions including the only manned dive in 1960 with the submarine Trieste, has measured depths of 10,902 to 10,916 meters. Sonar...
The ever first model on Google Earth Hacks located in the country of Pakistan. This model was made by me with having no textures (in version 1.0) but now I recently released version 2.0 of this model which is absolutely real textured. So enjoy this model. More models coming sooner.
Note: This model is Google Earth 4 Compatible, and remember that it will not work with Google Earth...
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.
This is the model of a building used as a bank. Zarai Taraqqiaati Bank (Agricultural Development Bank) or ZTBL in short. Located in Islamabad, Pakistan. Enjoy this model too.
Note: This model is Google Earth 4 Compatible, and remember that it will not work with Google Earth 3. You must download the latest version of Google Earth from http://earth.google.com before downloading thi...
In Toronto, there exists a house/office building made of suspended cubes. It was build in 1996, each cube is 24 X 24 X 24 Feet, and has 1200 square feet of floor space. They are 42 feet from point to point.
The deepest point of the Mariana Trench is called The Challenger Deep, so named after the British exploration vessel HMS Challenger II, and it is located 210 miles south-west of Guam. A depth of -10,911 meters was reached in 1960 by the Trieste, a manned submersible owned by the U.S. Navy.
The descent took almost five hours and the two men spent barely twenty minutes on the ocean floo...
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