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Kml file hotlink: http://openaerialmap.org/static/oam.kml
|Description: - Microsoft Virtual Earth global super-overlay.
All tiles positions are converted from Mercator projection to Plate Carrée.|
KML file hotlink: http://www.virtualexile.com/GEocentric/virtualearth2/
|Hobo Maps are some of the best available Maps for Cities in Laos and Thailand. The Maps are available at http://www.hobomaps.com|
As the google earth data is very rough for the Luang Prabang this maps overlay provides a better overview
|Poland super-overlay, with data from source: Zumi.pl|
Much better coverage that have Google Earth.
File hotlink: http://www.virtualexile.com/GEocentric/zumi/
|3 military maps of Guantanamo. (Editors note - this one is interesting to show the possibilities of GEarth. Be sure to look closely at the placemark in your GEarth places area. Expand the file so that you can see the three maps. Turn the maps on and off and zoom in and out)||07/12/2005||57,407|
|See where fires are burning in the world today, last week, or even back in 2000.||08/24/2006||2,592|
Repeat with me:
|This overlay package contains some lightning maps for the USA including some detail maps.||10/26/2005||9,235|
928 Sukumvit Road, between Sois 40-42, Phra Khanong sub-distict, (near the Ekkamai BTS Skytrain Station "E7" and Ekkamai Bus Terminal), Bangkok, 10110 Thailand
|Its a network link for Google Earth which will use Google Maps to give you a transparent map overlay for the area you are viewing in Google Earth. In other words...go over a certain region, activate the network link, and it will show you what that area would look like in Google Maps.||11/28/2006||3,023|
|Fukuoka Dome is a baseball field located in Fukuoka, Japan. The stadium serves as the headquarters of the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks. In 2005, Yahoo! Japan, one of SoftBank's subsidiaries, bought the stadium's naming rights, and thus renamed it "Fukuoka Yahoo! Japan Dome".|
The stadium has a retractable roof.
|Global cloud map.|
editors note - I think this is in real close to real time. This one is well worth downloading and keeping, good job Stadsman!
editors note 2 - Stadsman even put the default view to be the west coast of Africa. Rather timely with the extraordinary amount of hurricane activity so far in 2005. You can see Emily, and two tropical depressions right ...