Google Earth Voyager

Google Earth Voyager

B)Google Earth Voyager    turns 10 today

C)Google Earth Voyager June 29, 2015

When Google Earth was first introduced 10 years ago. It immediately stole my heart. Beyond the freedom to fly anywhere in the world. I was captivated by the ability to paint and visualize geographic data on this incredible global canvas. B)Google Earth Voyager.         google earth voyager

Vint Cerf saw my work, which eventually led to a job on the Google Earth Outreach team. Drawn to datasets backed by real human stories. I started making my own maps with KML a few weeks after Earth’s release in 2005. For my master’s degree. I used. C)Google Earth to build a virtual representation of a high-tech biologicalresearch reserve. Vint Cerf saw my work, which eventually led to a job on theGoogle Earth Outreach team. Turning my passion for telling stories with maps into a career. Google Earth Voyager.Vint Cerf saw my work, which eventually led to a job on the Google Earth Outreach team.                                            google earth voyager

2005 was the beginning of Google Earth’s evolution. As well. In August of that year. Hurricane Katrina showed us how useful mapping tools like Earth could be for crisis response efforts. Rescue workers compared before and after Satellite imagery in Google Earth to better locate where people were stranded. And in the years after. With more than 2 billion downloads by people in nearly every country in the world. Earth has enabled people to discover new coral reefs. Journey to theMoon and into deep space, find long-lost parents. Clear landmines and much more.                                              google earth voyager

 D)Google Earth Voyager.

F)Google Earth images of Gulfport. Mississippi’s shoreline before and after Hurricane Katrina.                 google earth voyager

The ability to empower groups as diverse as school children and NASA scientiststo learn more about the world is what I love about Google Earth. It has the potential to make the planet a far more connected place. If you take the time to explore. Discover and share what you learn. So to celebrate how far Google Earth has come and our leap into the next 10 years. We’ve created a few new ways to help you better see places from around (and above) the most interesting imagery around the globe with a new layer. Voyager, available in desktop versions of Google Earth.                                                                  google earth voyager

Different imagery types in Voyager are shown by color

In this first edition of Voyager, you’ll find five sections to explore:

  • Street View: highlights from Street View, including the Taj Mahal and the Grand Canyon
  • Earth View: striking landscapes around the globe as seen from space (more below)
  • 3D cities: a showcase of cities and towns available in photorealistic 3D (don’t forget to tilt!)
  • Satellite imagery updates: a map of our most recently published satellite imagery
  • Highlight tour: with thousands of Voyager locations to choose from, take a quick tour of a few to whet your appetite.                                                       google earth voyager
The Kemgon Gompa—available in the Street View layer—is a Buddhist monastery in Lukla, Nepal

Earth View. The Hammar Marshes. 

Thank you for the last 10 years exploring your world with Google Earth. Landscapes from every continent and ocean and making it accessible to even more people. Thank you for the last 10 years exploring your world with Google Earth. Looking at our planet from above is not only a reminder of how interdependent our human and natural ecosystems are. It also lays bare the Earth’s staggering and often surreal beauty.

The Hammar Marshes of Iran are an uncharacteristic yet beautiful wetland feature in the otherwise arid climate.

Earth View is library of some of the most striking and enigmatic landscapes available in Google Earth. The Hammar Marshes. Of Iran are an uncharacteristic yet beautiful wetland feature in the otherwise arid climate. It started as a 20 percent project last year by a few Googlers who enjoyed scouring satellite imagery for these gems. The Hammar Marshes .These images soon made their way onto Android phones, Chromecast and Chromebooks as a distinctive kind of wallpaper.

 

Landscapes from every continent and ocean and making it accessible to even more people.

Islands surrounding Cuba seen in the Earth View Chrome Extension.  

For Earth’s 10th birthday. We’re expanding the Earth View collection to 1,500. Landscapes from every continent and ocean and making it accessible to even more people. The new imagery is available with an updated version of ourChrome extension and a new web gallery. Download high-resolution wallpapers for your mobile and desktop devices. Or better yet. Print them up for your walls!

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The coastline near Ningaloo, Australia in the new Earth View web gallery

Thank you for the last 10 years exploring your world with Google Earth. We hopeVoyager and Earth View will unlock a new perspective on our planet. We look forward to seeing what the next decade brings!. Earthtopomaps.

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Google Maps Street

A)Google Maps Street

B)Google Maps Street View Canada dans le pays du soleil de minuit

Google Maps Street Avril 30. Ici à 2015

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Objet, tandis que les jours deviennent plus longs dans l’Arctique canadien. Google Maps Street. Et en outre. Malgré les défis de ce vaste territoire du Nord ma également présenté une occasion unique. Par exemple. Et alors que la température du parc national Ivvavik semble claire. Et bien que le soleil lnotre après – midi ensoleillé. Alors que les opérateurs Parcs Canada recueille ces images. Il est presque minuit et profiter enfin les journées d’été sans fin. Le nord en particulier la glace de mer est rompu à nouveau. Et maintenant , avec Parcs Canada et Google Maps et Street View. Nous allons prendre une nouvelle photo. Et nous sommes ravis de partager un aperçu des parcs nationaux du Nord du Canada et la saison d’été à couper le souffle. google maps street

Voici l’un des plus parcs nationaux à distance. En outre, malgré les défis de ce vaste territoire du Nord a également présenté une occasion unique. Par exemple. puis le parc national Ivvavik semble clair. Bien que l’après-midi ensoleillé. google maps street

Alors que les opérateurs Parcs Canada recueille cette imagerie près de minuit. Et enfin profiter de l’été sans extrêmes jours de la fin nord probablement particulièrement pertinent d’introduire problème d’abord. Et ensuite les solutions possibles. Objet tandis que les jours deviennent plus longs dans l’Arctique canadien

Les visiteurs virtuels peuvent admirer les glaciers et les fjords pittoresques spectaculaires de Auyuittuq. Découvrez le monts Britanniques et vallée de la rivière à Ivvavik Firth et plongez dans les canyons. Cascades le long de la belle rivière sauvage Brock Tuktut Nogait.

Et ne manquez pas, faites – vous avez besoin de voir les pics spectaculaires. Majestueux monts Torngat. Alors la taille des plaines salées du Canada. et prendre un Street View promenade à travers le bison historique corrals. Sweetgrass dans le parc national Wood Buffalo. – Le plus grand parc national du Canada.

Parc national Ivvavik

Parc national Ivvavik protège une partie des terrains de mise bas de la harde de caribous. Alors que les images de la Ivvavik Porcupine ont été recueillies à la fin de 23h00.

Torngat Mountains National Park. google maps street

Inuktitut mot Torngait, qui signifie «lieu des esprits.”. Torngat Mountains étaient chez les Inuits et leurs prédécesseurs, en conclusion des milliers d’années.

Parc national Tuktut Nogait.  google maps street

Surplombant The Falls Roncière dans PNTN. Que presque fait les canyons et les chutes d’ eau de la rivière Hornaday grandiose.

Parc national Auyuittuq

Images Parc national Auyuittuq ont été recueillies principalement et au- dessus de l’eau du parc national Auyuittug . Surplombant The Falls Roncière dans PNTN. Que presque fait les canyons et les chutes d’ eau de la rivière Hornaday grandiose. X)  Surplombant The Falls Roncière dans PNTN. Que presque fait les canyons et les chutes d’ eau de la rivière Hornaday grandiose. earthtopomaps

Street View Madagascar

A)Street View Madagascar

C)Street View Madagascar Set foot on the world’s oldest island with Street View Street View Madagascar May 7, 2015.

 

For almost 88 million years. The island of Madagascar has stood off the coast of Southeast Africa. From the tropical humid and dry forests of the interior. Home to ring-tailed lemurs.  X)Street View Madagascar To the mangrove ecosystems along the coast. Now for the first time, through our Trekker Loan partnership with conservation organization Blue Ventures. And the Department of Water and Forests. Trekker Loan. Tropical humid and dry forests. street view madagascar

Walking along the avenues of Western Madagascar, you’ll notice a stand of Baobab trees. Against the clear skies. These unusual trees look almost unfinished, with thick trunks and sparse canopies. D)Street View Madagascar. Avenue of Baobabs in Madagascar. Baobab trees. street view madagascar

 

Avenue, of Baobabs in Madagascar.

For a bird’s-eye view of the island, stand along the edge of the Karambony cliffs. Looking out at the vast, wild landscape. You can see how many different worlds exist on this one island. From the vast mountain peaks to the streaming rivers flowing out into the Indian Ocean. The cliffs of Karambony. street view madagascar

The cliffs of Karambony.                earthtopomaps

Mangrove ecosystems along the North Coast. And if this Street View tour has inspired you to set foot on the the world’s oldest island in person. Take a peek at Camp Catta adventure resort. Where it seems paradise awaits you beneath the rainbow. G)Street View Madagascar Set foot on the world’s oldest island with H)Street View. Posted by Alex Starns. Street View Technical Program Manager. earthtopomaps.com                                                                                                                  The cliffs of Karambony. And animal life has remained abundant over the centuries. Madagascar through a Blue Ventures expedition. M)of the plant. W)And the country is also facing real challenges due to the increased demand placed on natural resources. N)You While much of the plant and animal life has remained abundant over the centuries. And the country is also facing real challenges due to the increased demand placed on natural resources. O)And the country is also facing real challenges due to the increased demand placed on natural resources. You While much of the plant. And the country is also facing real challenges due. And the country is also facing real challenges due to the increased demand placed on natural resources. P)You While much of the plant and animal life has remained abundant over the centuries. And the country is also facing real challenges due. Q)And the country is also facing real challenges due to the increased demand placed on natural resources. U)While much of the plant and animal life has remained abundant over the centuries. And the country is also facing real challenges due to the increased demand placed on natural resources. R)And the country is also facing real challenges due to the increased demand placed on natural resources. S)u While much of the plant. And the country is also facing real challenges due. And the country is also facing real challenges due to the increased demand placed on natural resources. T)You While much of the plant and animal life has remained abundant over the centuries. And the country is also facing real challenges due. V)ou While much of the plant. And the country is also facing real challenges due. To the increased demand placed on natural resources Madagascar through a Blue Ventures expedition. The cliffs of Karambony.W)AND THE COUNTRY IS ALSO FACING REAL CHALLENGES DUE TO THE INCREASED DEMAND PLACED ON NATURAL RESOURCES. N)YOU WHILE MUCH OF THE PLANT AND ANIMAL LIFE HAS REMAINED ABUNDANT OVER THE CENTURIES. F)W)AND THE COUNTRY IS ALSO FACING REAL CHALLENGES DUE TO THE INCREASED DEMAND PLACED ON NATURAL RESOURCES. N)YOU WHILE MUCH OF THE PLANT AND ANIMAL LIFE HAS REMAINED ABUNDANT OVER THE CENTURIES. G)AND THE COUNTRY IS ALSO FACING REAL CHALLENGES DUE TO THE INCREASED DEMAND PLACED ON NATURAL RESOURCES. N)YOU WHILE MUCH OF THE PLANT AND ANIMAL LIFE HAS REMAINED ABUNDANT OVER THE CENTURIES. I)W)AND THE COUNTRY IS ALSO FACING REAL CHALLENGES DUE TO THE INCREASED DEMAND PLACED ON NATURAL RESOURCES. N)YOU WHILE MUCH OF THE PLANT AND ANIMAL LIFE HAS REMAINED ABUNDANT OVER THE CENTURIES.
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