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Google Earth Pro is now free

Over the last 10 years, a lot of people (relevant of not with the GIS) from all over the world have been using Google Earth Pro from planning hikes to placing solar panels on rooftops. Google Earth Pro has all the easy-to-use features and detailed imagery of Google Earth, along with advanced tools that help you measure 3D buildings, print high-resolution images for presentations or reports, and record HD movies of your virtual flights around the world. From the last day of Jan 2015, even more people will be able to access Google Earth Pro. Google made it available...

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Possible Egyptian pyramids found using Google Earth

The satellite archeology researcher Angela Micol from Maiden, North Carolina announced that she locate in Egypt two unidentified, possible pyramid, complexes with satellite imagery from Google Earth. The formation of patterns in space is quite similar to the alignment of the pyramids of Giza, which gives hope that these formations can indeed be pyramids. Of course to confirm this, should be done on site investigation. To read more click...

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3D imagery through Google Earth now available on mobile devices

Last month Google announced new 3D imagery on Google Earth for Android for a select number of initial cities, including San Francisco, Los Angeles and Rome. Google also included a new tour guide feature in this latest release. So today Google announce the availability of 3D imagery for Google Earth on the new iPad, iPad 2 and iPhone 4S. The updated list of 3D cities include Boulder, Boston, Charlotte, Lawrence (Kan.), Long Beach (Ca.), Los Angeles, Portland (Ore.), San Diego, Santa Cruz, Tampa, Tucson, and the San Francisco Bay Area (including the Peninsula and East Bay) as well as Rome, Italy. Link for Android devices...

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New Google Earth Imagery – October 19, 2011

Google Earth has just rolled out some fresh imagery for us! As is almost always the case, you can use Google Maps to determine for sure whether or not a specific area is fresh. This new imagery isn’t in Google Maps yet, so you can compare Earth vs. Maps to see what’s new; the fresh imagery is already in Google Earth, but the old imagery is still in Google Maps. If you compare the two side-by-side and they’re not identical, that means that you’ve found a freshly updated area in Google Earth!...

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