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3D Imagery timeline

Earlier this week we had a look at how long it takes Google to process and release 3D imagery. For a few locations, we looked at the dates the imagery was captured as well as the dates that it was first discovered in Google Earth. Now, GEB reader Anton Rudolfsson, who has been assisting us […]

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The Costa Concordia, now visible in Genoa, Italy

Although Google have not updated their ‘Latest Google Earth Imagery Updates’ map since the December 17th update, a number of readers have let us know that there have been quite a few areas updated since then. GEB reader Sladys has also pointed us to the fact that Genoa, Italy has been updated and the Costa […]

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Processing 3D imagery

Since September last year we have been keeping track of 3D imagery released by Google, with the help of our readers who spot the imagery and then let us know in the comments of this post. A big thank you to all the GEB readers that have been contributing. Google Earth does not show imagery […]

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Mountain Visions Google Earth tours

Prompted by our series showcasing uses of the Google Earth plugin, Gary Grimm of Mountain Visions has shared with us some Google Earth tours that they have created. You can find a complete gallery of their tours here which includes a mixture of tours to download and view in Google Earth, tours to watch using […]

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Google Earth plugin showcase: Monster Milktruck

This is the seventh in our series showcasing the Google Earth plugin. Today we are looking at probably the best known app built with the Google Earth plugin: The Monster Milktruck. It was developed in 2008 by Google to showcase the use of the Google Earth plugin. It even has its own Wikipedia page. We […]

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Google Earth plugin showcase: National University of Singapore Library

This is the sixth in our series celebrating the Google Earth plugin and all its uses. Today we are looking at the National University of Singapore Library that we first looked at back in 2008. The NUS Library’s use of the plugin is unusual in that they are not using it to display Google Earth […]

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Digital Globe top image of 2014

Over the last few years Digital Globe, one of Google Earth’s main sources of satellite imagery, has been holding a contest for the best satellite image of the year. The winning image for 2012 was of the Burning Man Festival, and the 2013 winner was of Mount Vesuvius. This year, the wining image is from […]

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Google Earth plugin showcase: GE Teach

This is the fifth post in our series showcasing the Google Earth plugin. Today we are looking at GE Teach, an excellent site that we have looked at a number of times in the past. Created by geography teacher Josh Williams, the site allows you to compare two maps side by side with different settings. […]

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Google Earth plugin showcase: Street Earth

This is the fourth in a series of posts showcasing the Google Earth plugin. Today we are looking at Street Earth from Map Channels. The free Street Earth tool helps you to embed three panels on your webpage showing Street View, an overhead map and the Google Earth plugin. The three panels are mostly kept […]

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Tornado damage in Google Earth

We recently came across this article featuring Google Earth imagery showing the town of Pilger, Nebraska, before and after a tornado. After a bit of research, it appears that the newly added image is from October 14th, 2014 and shows the town in the early stages of reconstruction. There are, however, images in Google Earth’s […]

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